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Ole Miss started Monday hiring former Texas coach Chris Beard as their new men's basketball head coach. He was recently fired by the Longhorns in January after he got arrested in December on domestic violence charges. Apparently, multiple SEC schools have an issue with it...
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(The Spun)
Filed Under: Ole Miss Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com
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REBSontheRISE15 months
The Crimson Tide is headed for a national championship in basketball with an accessory to murder playing a huge part on the team. Ole Miss doesnt need to explain anything to anybody.


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ukraine_rebel15 months
Since when did Mississippi st count as multiple schools?
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SmackDaniels15 months
Ole Miss is going to handle it internally like Bama.
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ThatTahoeOverThere15 months
Strong Offer - NOooooooo
Strong Overhand right - Yeaaaah
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GoldenReb15 months
Well, those other teams in the SEC can suck it. ???????
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KAGTASTIC15 months
Name names you little biatch or get the frick out with this "I heard it thru the grapevine" garbage
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kywildcatfanone15 months
I said in threads when he was fired, someone desperate would hire him. Here it is.
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Alt2615 months
I hate Ole Miss. But the only reason these self-aggrandizing bozos have an issue with the hire is because Ole Miss has now become a problem in basketball. Many, far better programs, could have likely had Beard (I doubt OM was his first choice). But those ADs weren't bold enough to make the hire. Begrudgingly, I have to commend OM on a GREAT hire.
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CDawson15 months
Guilty until proven innocent is what people should really be outraged about.
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Billy Mays15 months
"People at multiple SEC schools" could be literally any moron or fan of another school.

Obviously people who don't like Ole Miss aren't happy about it - they would rather OM continue to suck at basketball.
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