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Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze spoke to the media on Wednesday and said he got" literally sick to his stomach" when he heard the news about Les Miles. Per ESPN:
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Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze on Les Miles firing: "When I heard the news, my stomach was sick. Les has been so genuinely kind to me and my family. I consider him a heck of a football coach and a better man. … He's the type of guy that every time you see him you see what you get. He's a genuine spirit that cares about people. That was difficult to see." Freeze's daughters are close with Miles as well. Freeze sat down and talked to them about Miles' firing.
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Strannix93 months
I'm sure he was, I know if I was an opposing coach I would be sick too.
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Strannix93 months
Wouldn't you want Les at LSU if you were in the west???
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LSUTigers945893 months
Note to Hugh Freeze: We actually have expectations of the football program at LSU unlike Ole Piss. I'm sure Les got sick to his stomach when the NCAA began investigating your program Hugh...what a moron
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BabyTac93 months
I'd take Hugh Freeze at LSU in a heartbeat.
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Strannix93 months
Lol no
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DVinBR93 months
he's sick that he won't get anymore easy wins
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WilliamTaylor2193 months
Probably barfed up all the wood from this morning.
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Corch Urban Myers93 months
Dammit, LOL
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Thacian93 months
Bs, not one coach wanted to see him fired because they know they can beat his dinosaur offense...New they all worried that when lsu runs the spread, they lose
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BayouTiga93 months
Grow up coach! The 'elite' club you have the privilege to belong to is not far from the D.C. 'elite'. When you fail to meet expectations in the real world, you get FIRED!!!
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BayouTiga93 months
Grow up coach! The 'elite' club you have the privilege to belong to is not far from the D.C. 'elite'. When you fail to meet expectations in the real world, you get FIRED!!!
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BayouTiga93 months
Grow up coach! The 'elite' club you have the privilege to belong to is not far from the D.C. 'elite'. When you fail to meet expectations in the real world, you get FIRED!!!
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TigerWerm93 months
yeah, he's sick to his stomach at the thought on Jimbo or Tom running this show. GEAUX TIGERS!
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mark65mc93 months
Probably not as sick as he got when he saw the Laremy Tunsil text messages went public.
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BayouFann93 months
Meaning he got scared af
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ShamelessPel93 months
Not sick enough to keep himself from trying to disparage LSU publicly. I love all these coaches shooting preemptive strikes on the recruiting trail.
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Mouche33793 months
If he's "A heck of a coach" like you claim, why don't you handicap your team by signing him to your staff. What makes his stomach sick is the fact that his name is not being mentioned for the gig.
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Henry Jones Jr93 months
People love working for a fanbase that want you fired if you don't win 9+ games every season.
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hellsu93 months
Henry...the fanbase wanted him fired because of the quality of talent on this team underachieving which is obviously due to poor coaching. Les was a great human being with a very hard head. The offense was as predictable as the sun rising tomorrow.
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VesperiaLSU93 months
We didn't pay Les Miles 4M a year for him to be a genuine man.
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TigerFanatic9993 months
Eh, part of his pay was absolutely due to the kind of ambassador he was for the school.
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foj198193 months
Frick the asshats on this site. The man is just being kind and paying a little respect to Miles. Its just football...get a life
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Spilled Milk93 months
If it's just football then why the big deal about being fired?
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Louisianaboy8793 months
We got sick of that stagnant offense as well, so that makes several of us who were "Sick".
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Jack Daniel93 months
I imagine all SEC coaches was pissed he got fired. He was the easiest coach in the conference to game plan against.
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Some fricking idiots in here who think this truly is the reason. And if you're just being sarcastic then you're a REAL fricking idiot.
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Coater93 months
"I consider him a heck of a football coach and a better man. … He's the type of guy that every time you see him you see what you get. He's a genuine spirit that cares about people" no one will ever dispute this
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RantingTiger593 months
You see exactly what you get with his offenses too. Head ball coach is not a personality contest, unfortunately. Congrats to Coach Miles on his successes, and thanks for the good times. Best of luck.
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