Well, Former Ole Miss Coach Hugh Freeze Landed A Job as Liberty's new coach
Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports
Former Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze has a new job...

There were rumblings of him maybe going to Tennessee to run their offense, but it looks like he went with a head coaching gig instead.

(TheSpun)
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28 Comments
ISWYDT
Reply6 months
"Give me Liberty or give me Escorts" - Famous Quote
Reply7 months
Holy Rollers... that is a Christian College Finally Saban will be beaten again by The Liberty Holy Rollers. ! !
Reply7 months
Match made in heaven
Reply7 months
Freeze coaching the Flames.
Reply7 months
Remember that Liberty's AD is Ian McCaw, who was forced out at Baylor over the rape scandal. A few months later he ends up at Liberty.
Reply7 months
Good for him. I always thought those accusations leveled at him were a bit trumped up. Glad to see him land on his feet.
Reply7 months
It's a Christian university, founded by Jerry Falwell. Is that irony?
Reply7 months
No. It's business.
7 months
Liberty? Isn't that an online college?
Reply7 months
Wow. Just wow.
Reply7 months
Liberty, Liberty, Libbberty Libbberty
Reply7 months
Hugh in the same athletic department as the Fagan sisters. You cant make this stuff up.
Reply7 months
How rich...A self professed Christian, branded as a liar and a cheat, lands the HC at a Christian School. Praise the Lord, and pass the BMW's. Just win baby!
Reply7 months
Fits. Philandering preacher type goes to a "Christian" school.
Reply7 months
Honestly asking but was there ever proof he actually philandered as you say? I know he doesnt know what a burner is but was it for him or recruits(not that it matters...just wondering)
7 months
I initially assumed it was for recruits. That was the logical conclusion. But everyone else seemed to think it was for him, and a couple of his public statements seemed to hint at that, so who knows?
7 months
A weird school for a weird guy. Makes sense.
Reply7 months
Bet Coach Freeze is worth millions more than you moron.
7 months
Talk about taking a step back. Wow
Reply7 months
Actually a step up from being unemployed and basically blackballed.
7 months
Didn't Liberty have a pretty good season? Did their coach get fired? Lynchburg could use a few more good restaurants but overall wouldn't be a bad place to live (unless you were single).
Reply7 months
Their former coach, Turner Gill, retired.
7 months
I'm fine with any SEC school hiring him, but it is very inappropriate for Liberty to hire him. Second chances, forgiveness, etc are all essential aspects of Christianity, but a Christian university should also only hire people with great honor and can be a legitimate role model. Very poor choice by Liberty.
Reply7 months
Eh. On the list of schools with admins that seem genuinely Christian, Liberty always seemed pretty far down the list. Liberty is as much a political school as a Christian one.
7 months
That's a very high-and-mighty opinion to have. It is also my opinion that some of the best and most devout Christians (both outwardly and in private) have been people who have done dishonorable things. Not saying that is the case for Hugh, but who are you or I to speculate?
7 months
I guess he is “at Liberty” to call whomever he wants now
Reply7 months
zing!
7 months
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