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    Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Breaking news: phone records linking him to escort service. IKYN

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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Is this Hugh Freeze?

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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by Houston Techsan View Post
    Is this Hugh Freeze?
    Yep. Escorts for players? Recruits? Inquiring minds want to know!

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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Himself perhaps?

    They said this was unrelated to the investigation. If they were for players/recruits, that would be relevant to the investigation.

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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by dawg68 View Post
    Breaking news: phone records linking him to escort service. IKYN


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    Quote Originally Posted by techdawg28 View Post
    Himself perhaps?

    They said this was unrelated to the investigation. If they were for players/recruits, that would be relevant to the investigation.
    Quote Originally Posted by johnnylightnin View Post
    Yep. Escorts for players? Recruits? Inquiring minds want to know!
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    Bjork, speaking alongside Vitter in the news conference, called it a "sad" and "unexpected" day for Ole Miss. He said had Freeze not resigned, the school would have exercised a "moral turpitude" termination clause in Freeze's contract.

    http://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/20117453/hugh-freeze-ole-miss-rebels-resigns-escort-service-calls-cited

    Seems it came to light due to Houston Nutt suing Ole Miss and Freeze for a smear campaign. I don't know if Nutt is justified for suing Freeze, but he's dished out his revenge
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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Basically used the same ammo on Freeze that Freeze's camp used on Nutt -

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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by techdawg28 View Post
    Himself perhaps?

    They said this was unrelated to the investigation. If they were for players/recruits, that would be relevant to the investigation.
    College football is in big trouble, IMO. It has become another huge corrupt entity, and the enormous amount of money being thrown at these coaches is causing it to a large extent. Houston Nutt was hell bent on revenge against Freeze and Ole Miss due to his dismissal, and this is the result. Nutt lost his multi-million dollar a year job to Freeze, and he would not let it stand. P5 schools, and some G5 ones, have created this monster by paying coaches insane amounts of money.

    The coaches will do anything to get top recruits so they can keep making mega bucks. Ole Miss is the new poster child for corruption. Besides the usl type recruit score-fixing scandal, it now looks like they (Freeze) are hiring hookers to lure in top recruits. I read that all the SEC coaches despise Freeze and Ole Miss because they have been luring the top recruits away from their schools by nefarious means. They are pissed that they didn't think of these crooked ways to entice recruits.

    I love college football, but I cringe every time I see a story like this, because all the innocence, or perceived innocence, of student athletes playing for the fun of it and a free education is proving to be a farce. I know I am painting with a broad brush, but has college football turned into the NFL light? Universities and the NCAA need to get back to the real mission of college athletes, and stop the madness. I know the genie is out of the bottle and there seems to be no turning back, but I do miss the more innocent times of college football.

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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    All of these big schools cheat. According to Scott Ferrell's article in The Times and the Monroe paper, LSU spent 141,000,000 on their athletic programs last year. I'd love to see an itemized list of their expenses. Everybody just takes it for granted that these are legitimate expenses like they did 35 years ago when they were sending football players to LSU- Alexandria to get free credits so they could stay eligible. They had been doing this for years and nobody called them out for it. Bill Carter thought it was such a non-issue that he wrote about in the Alexandria paper. He thought everybody that read his paper was an LSU fan and would have no problem with it.

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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by Amos Moses View Post
    College football is in big trouble, IMO. It has become another huge corrupt entity, and the enormous amount of money being thrown at these coaches is causing it to a large extent. Houston Nutt was hell bent on revenge against Freeze and Ole Miss due to his dismissal, and this is the result. Nutt lost his multi-million dollar a year job to Freeze, and he would not let it stand. P5 schools, and some G5 ones, have created this monster by paying coaches insane amounts of money.

    The coaches will do anything to get top recruits so they can keep making mega bucks. Ole Miss is the new poster child for corruption. Besides the usl type recruit score-fixing scandal, it now looks like they (Freeze) are hiring hookers to lure in top recruits. I read that all the SEC coaches despise Freeze and Ole Miss because they have been luring the top recruits away from their schools by nefarious means. They are pissed that they didn't think of these crooked ways to entice recruits.

    I love college football, but I cringe every time I see a story like this, because all the innocence, or perceived innocence, of student athletes playing for the fun of it and a free education is proving to be a farce. I know I am painting with a broad brush, but has college football turned into the NFL light? Universities and the NCAA need to get back to the real mission of college athletes, and stop the madness. I know the genie is out of the bottle and there seems to be no turning back, but I do miss the more innocent times of college football.
    Honestly, the NCAA should regulate the salaries of coaches so that more of the surplus from athletics is actually applied to improve the academics. Programs are throwing the money away because they have so much they don't know what to do with it.

    I can understand using donations and revenue for athletics when you're breaking even or worse, but when you are far in the green, give some revenue to academics

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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by Bearpaw View Post
    Honestly, the NCAA should regulate the salaries of coaches so that more of the surplus from athletics is actually applied to improve the academics. Programs are throwing the money away because they have so much they don't know what to do with it.

    I can understand using donations and revenue for athletics when you're breaking even or worse, but when you are far in the green, give some revenue to academics
    Nope. We disagree on this one. People don't pay to watch over educated liberals indoctrinate young people. Also, if the NCAA were to limit coaches salaries those hardest hit would be the upper crust of the G5s.
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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    How would G5s be hardest hit when we aren't even paying close to the amounts the P5s are for a coach?

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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by PawDawg View Post
    Nope. We disagree on this one. People don't pay to watch over educated liberals indoctrinate young people. Also, if the NCAA were to limit coaches salaries those hardest hit would be the upper crust of the G5s.
    How would you feel if the funding went only to improving scientific/medical/engineering (i.e. only engineering, biomedical, chemistry, math, computer science, and physics) research and teaching; also scholarships for those programs. Then, less funding would need to directly come from the federal government, and we could help reduce public debt/deficits.

    Most liberally minded indoctrination seems to come from soft sciences and liberal arts

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    Re: Ole Miss HFB coach resigns

    Quote Originally Posted by Tech52 View Post
    How would G5s be hardest hit when we aren't even paying close to the amounts the P5s are for a coach?
    If they are limited we'd be limited. Don't think for a second that NCAA would pass a rule that was not on a "graded payroll scale". Being limited with a $140,000,000 budget does not sting nearly as bad as being limited with a $20,000,000 budget. The NCAA guys are not socialists.
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