Although it’s already grown to feel like one of this nation’s landmark lawsuits, Houston Nutt’s battle with Ole Miss officially came to a close Monday evening, just three months after the ex-Rebels coach vengefully set his old program aflame.
Ole Miss can make this whole self-induced Houston Nutt headache—which is now just one headache among many—go away if it just admits it lied about the details of some recruiting violations and forks over a half-a-million bucks in the name of “sports ethics.”
After a sudden explosion, the noise from the Ole Miss scandal continues to reverberate; it’s just doing so a bit more slowly now. Reports from the past week have borne an array of interesting developments, revealing Ole Miss’s godawful legal and press strategy and shining a sliver of light on some disturbing rumors…
Put simply, Houston Nutt won. Put more colorfully, Houston Nutt is a mad man and, my God, if anybody out there has slighted him, their best bet is either fleeing the country or submitting defeat before it’s too late.
Hugh Freeze quit his job as head coach at Ole Miss tonight for reasons nobody wanted to describe other than saying they involved “moral turpitude.” Part of the narrative, though, at least for tonight, includes Freeze’s phone records, which show a one-minute call to an escort service. According to a report by Yahoo,…
After spending more than a year under investigation for NCAA violations, Ole Miss head football coach Hugh Freeze has resigned.
Just 24 hours after a lawsuit filed by former Ole Miss head coach Houston Nutt took over the college football news cycle, current Rebels coach Hugh Freeze faced reporters at SEC Media Days.
Former Ole Miss head coach Houston Nutt filed a lawsuit against the school Wednesday, claiming it broke the terms of his 2011 severance agreement when football officials attempted to pin the majority of the Rebels’ recent NCAA violations on the 59-year-old CBS analyst.
Ryan, one of our readers, had been captivated by the Girl In The Hat while watching BYU-Ole Miss the other day—so much so that he asked us to assemble the I-Team to learn her identity. And last night, we went to work.
Mississippi lineman Jerrell Powe raised some hackles this weekend when he was cited by police for a noise violation—then told the officer that he couldn't sign the citation because he doesn't know how to read.
We're not sure the true historic nature of what's going on at the University of Arkansas is being adequately appreciated. Basically, a bunch of ticked-off message board fans are doing everything they can to take down the athletic department of their university ... and they're doing a damned good job of it.
So you know the crazed Razorbacks message board fan who went through the impressive measure of FOIAing coach Houston Nutt's cellphone records, discovering that he had been text-messaging a local female reporter? Well, his quest to rid Arkansas of Nutt is not over; as you can see in this video, he's now accosting Nutt…
So you know last week, when all that information about Arkansas coach Houston Nutt came out thanks to a resourceful fan? Well, even though national media has been strangely loathe to report on it — "Only WE can file federal FOIAs!" — the news has apparently made it back to the Nutt home, because Diana Nutt, the…
It hasn't been the best 24-hour stretch for Arkansas football coach Houston Nutt. Turns out, an awfully eager Razorbacks fan sent a request for Nutt's cell phone records through the Freedom Of Information Act and, amazingly, he/she was sent back a full report.