Hugh Freeze Deletes Tweet About The Auburn Job
Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports
Liberty head coach Hugh Freeze is among the names being mentioned as a replacement for Gus Malzahn just a couple of days after his firing from Auburn. On Wednesday, the Freeze deleted a tweet about the vacancy after responding to a fan who said they don’t want Freeze as head coach...


Also, don't know WTF this is about...
(The Spun)
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wonder if he was using his burner phone or real phone when he posted this.
Reply1 month
I know, you shouldn't judge a book by its cover but in this case, Freeze is exactly as he looks----dense.
Reply1 month
Weird fricking dude. Seriously.
Reply1 month
He wanted to go but then he found out the Coke machine and Whore machine only accept change. He is a confirmed Amex guy.
Reply1 month
This guy hasn’t changed one bit.
Reply1 month
Haha....Looks like he forgot to log into his Alt account. Instead tagged himself on his main.
Reply1 month
Exhibit A of why Hugh Freeze shouldn't be given the keys to a big time football program. Reminds me of the time he challenged Twitter to bring evidence of cheating forward to the Ole Miss compliance department knowing they were cheating their asses off. fricking morons.
Reply1 month
This is why you don't hire Freeze
Reply1 month
This is the best candidate to replace joe brady as our OC i mean passing game coordinator. Lineham's play calling was jjst as much to bkame as his and O's failure to start the best qb in the roster until 2nd to last game of season with season in ruins....Johnson only QB on our roster with moxie...moxie is the intangible that made burreaaux a beast in the purple and gold....coaches should have seen thus from the jump and if they had, alabam game would have been competitive....
Reply1 month
ur rlly rlly dumb
1 month
Sir this is a frickin walmart
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