Hugh Freeze’s Defiance Could Lead To Ole Miss’ Downfall, School Imposes One Year Bowl Ban

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(ESPN) – At the time, Hugh Freeze thought he was standing up for his program.

A proud father of a brand-new, near-perfect recruiting class back in 2013, Freeze was offended by all the ruthless cheating accusations hurled at him and his Ole Miss program.

So he did what any reactionary parent would do when he felt his family was threatened — he lashed out.

He went on the offensive, sending out a tweet directing anyone and everyone who felt he and his staff cheated their way to signing the nation’s No. 5 recruiting class to email Ole Miss’ compliance office with their grievances and evidence.

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