Landers has 818 wins with Georgia (23-4 overall, 11-3 SEC) and had 82 at Roane State prior to taking over Georgia’s program. The NCAA does not recognize his 82 wins at Roane State, a junior college located in Tennessee.
Ole Miss’ goal of making the NCAA Tournament is still intact today thanks to the play of Marshall Henderson and an improved defensive effort against the Georgia Bulldogs in the overtime session of Saturday’s game at C.M. “Tad” Smith Coliseum. (more…) (February 18, 2013, Page 7)
VIDEO BLOG: During Monday’s regularly scheduled press conference, Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze fielded questions ranging from the loss at Georgia to the team’s health and its upcoming opponent, the Vanderbilt Commodores (5-4 overall, 3-3 Southeastern Conference).
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COLUMN: ATHENS, Ga. — If Hugh Freeze does end up winning coach of the year honors in the Southeastern Conference, it will be for a “remarkable” turnaround and not a “miraculous” one. (more…) (November 5, 2012, Page 1B)
BLOG: Good afternoon from Georgia’s Sanford stadium, the site for today’s 2:30 p.m. showdown on CBS between Georgia (7-1 overall, 5-1 Southeastern Conference) and Ole Miss (5-3, 2-2). (more…) (November 3, 2012)
Georgia coach Mark Richt knows offense after having been a college quarterback and offensive coordinator prior to his time in Athens. He has helped produce some of the most prolific offenses in the history of Florida State and done a great job with the Bulldogs, who have had a bevy of standouts head on to the NFL. (November 2, 2012, Page 7A)
If it was up to Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace, every play would be up tempo and not involve a huddle in between. Wallace likes to go at a fast pace and while Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze does too, there is a balancing act both have to deal with each and every game.
Freeze was asked about going slow compared to going fast during a game Monday and his answers on the subject varied based on the team the Rebels were playing each week. (October 31, 2012, Page 6)
Hugh Freeze’s excitement level was still high almost 48 hours after his Ole Miss Rebels defeated Arkansas at War Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
Ole Miss will need that same level of excitement this weekend when they hit the road and travel to No. 6 Georgia at Sanford Stadium. (October 30, 2012, Page 6)