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Former Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze has been named offensive coordinator of the Arizona Hotshots of The Alliance of American Football.

Freeze joins the staff under head coach Rick Neuheisel.

The Alliance of American Football league, which consists for eight teams playing a 12-week schedule, will debut next February.

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