When Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze got sick and tired of people’s cheating accusations toward his ridiculously good recruiting class, he challenged them on Twitter to email compliance@OleMiss.edu
Some fans, including those upset that 5-star OL Laremy Tunsil signed with Ole Miss rather than UGA, took Hugh up on his offer.
The AJC’s Hater has already addressed his stance in a blog you can read HERE.
Here are a few of the emails, as reported HERE by the Memphis Commercial-Appeal’s Kyle Veazey:
“Go home Hugh, you’re drunk.”
“I graciously allowed (redacted) to walk on my ground, and he accepted my offer. (Redacted) stole my cookies at lunch. Also they both signed a letter of intent that I drew up on scratch paper, and signed with the University of Georgia.”
“Your football coach tweeted a request to send emails to your office with proof of recruiting violations. Any decent football player signing to play for your pathetic football team is all the proof needed.”
“Your coach is an idiot. Isn’t that against some rule? How about all the (name redacted) family members in Ole Miss gear last nite at basketball game? I’m certain there is retail supplier of Rebel gear in (redacted) Fla. Good luck when NCAA rolls into town. You’re gonna need it.”
“You need to do an in depth investigation of the recruitment of (redacted) and (redacted). Mr. (redacted) posted pies of a large amount of cash while he was on a recent visit to ole miss. Mr. (redacted) has been headed to either alabama or georgia for the last two years and in a week he suddenly wants to come to your trash pile of a college.”
Note: The AJC talked last week to Hugh Freeze, who said he was pretty much ignoring all the haters about his historic recruiting class in a blog you can read HERE.
UGA has some catching up to do with one of the state’s top prospects for 2014, but they have ample time to make up the ground. Cedar Grove High School defensive end Bryson Allen-Williams said he was 60-percent favoring South Carolina, and 20-percent each toward UGA and Alabama. The Gamecocks got a headstart by offering Allen-Williams last August – six months before UGA. You can read a recap of Bryson’s UGA visit by clicking HERE.
In case you missed it, Auburn has hired longtime Carver-Columbus High School coach Dell McGee as part of his football staff in an off-the-field capacity. He’s the third high school coach hired by Auburn in the last few weeks as SEC teams expand their staffs for recruiting. If another SEC coach is looking for a Georgia coach to help in recruiting or evaluating, at the top of my wishlist would be: Central Gwinnett's Todd Wofford, former Tucker coach Franklin Stephens, North Gwinnett's Bob Sphire, Sandy Creek's Chip Walker, Duluth coach Corey Jarvis and Colquitt's Rush Propst.
A week after a pair of unimpressive losses, Georgia Tech regained a bit of its footing. The Yellow Jackets delivered an emphatic 87-57 thrashing of East Tennessee State on Saturday afternoon at McCamish Pavilion to head into their final exam week on an up note.