Watch Ole Miss’ Hugh Freeze talk NCAA case, start of spring practice
Ole Miss’ Hugh Freeze met with the media Tuesday, the first day of spring practice for the Rebels, but Ole Miss’ sixth-year coach spent plenty of time answering questions about the program’s NCAA infractions case after the NCAA added eight new charges to the school’s Notice of Allegations last week.
Ole Miss now faces 21 charges — 15 of them classified as Level I violations — including a lack of institutional control and failure to monitor levied against Freeze. The investigation is over, and a timeline moving forward would have Ole Miss going in front of the Committee on Infractions in the summer or fall.
Watch Freeze talk about the investigation, how players have reacted to it, getting his team on the field and more in the following video.
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