Hugh Freeze sought ‘character witness’ from Arkansas State for NCAA investigation

Former Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze contacted a high-ranking Arkansas State official in 2016 seeking a “character witness” in the current NCAA investigation that involves him, sources told CBS Sports. The call came at the beginning of 2016, according to a source, when Ole Miss was in the process of getting its first notice of allegations.

Source: Hugh Freeze sought ‘character witness’ from Arkansas State for NCAA investigation

We haven’t heard the end of this.  Ole Miss didn’t fire him for the alleged cheating, but a phone call to an escort service did him in. Interesting……

Only parity SEC sees is parity behind Alabama

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer Close ESPN.com SEC reporter. Joined ESPN.com in 2011. Graduated from the University of Florida. Follow on Twitter HOOVER, Ala. — For as mundane and, frankly, flat as this year’s edition of SEC media days were, Alabama head coach Nick Saban served up a comment that when looked at in the right context should serve as an elephant-sized gut punch to the league.

Source: Only parity SEC sees is parity behind Alabama

Inside SEC football numbers: Figures show the glaring differences between the haves and have-nots in college football’s richest league

HOOVER, Ala. — Alabama hasn’t lost a Southeastern Conference football game in 22 months. Nick Saban’s boys have won those 17 games by an average of three touchdowns, and they have claimed the past three conference championships and four of five.

Source: Inside SEC football numbers: Figures show the glaring differences between the haves and have-nots in college football’s richest league