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  • #51 by ur on 07 Aug 2017
  • #52 by GuvHog on 07 Aug 2017
  • http://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/20272367/houston-nutt-settle-lawsuit-ole-miss-rebels-school-apologizes-inaccurate-statements

    Houston Nutt would settle lawsuit against Ole Miss for apology
    Mark Schlabach
    10:57 AM CT


    The thing is Ole Miss can't make a public apology and admit they were wrong for blaming Nutt. That would be throwing Freeze under the bus and he'd make them pay dearly with what he knows. They can't afford Freeze spilling the beans to the NCAA, it would damage their football program far more than it has already been damaged.
  • #53 by HamSammich on 07 Aug 2017
  • Great article about this in Deadspin today

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    More than a few unbiased sports reporters have talked openly on the radio and on podcasts in recent weeks about how Hugh Freeze “lied” to the press in order to falsely portray Houston Nutt as the primary target of the NCAA’s investigation. What’s more, other journalists have come out of the woodwork since the lawsuit was filed to share with us their personal recollections of how they too were duped by Coach Freeze. So purely from a moral standpoint, if for no other reason, Ole Miss owes Houston an apology.
  • #54 by GuvHog on 07 Aug 2017
  • Great article about this in Deadspin today


    The article states that Ole Miss should make a private apology to Nutt and fork over the money. The only problem with that is Nutt doesn't want a private apology, he wants a very public apology.
  • #55 by oldman1015 on 07 Aug 2017
  • The article states that Ole Miss should make a private apology to Nutt and fork over the money. The only problem with that is Nutt doesn't want a private apology, he wants a very public apology.
    Have you talked to him today? I bet he wants the money more.
  • #56 by GuvHog on 07 Aug 2017
  • Have you talked to him today? I bet he wants the money more.

    Read the article. He wants no money for himself or his family.
  • #57 by hobhog on 07 Aug 2017
  • The thing is Ole Miss can't make a public apology and admit they were wrong for blaming Nutt. That would be throwing Freeze under the bus and he'd make them pay dearly with what he knows. They can't afford Freeze spilling the beans to the NCAA, it would damage their football program far more than it has already been damaged.

    What a pickle. Just glad it is someone else for a change....
  • #58 by Inhogswetrust on 07 Aug 2017
  • Ya'll should hear what the sports media in Memphis are doing. They are literally LOL'ing over the radio about Houston and this settlement proposal.
  • #59 by Kevin on 07 Aug 2017
  • does nutt think they might hire him back?
  • #60 by Inhogswetrust on 07 Aug 2017
  • does nutt think they might hire him back?

    He's not quite that stupid. Close but not quite. I do believe he thinks what they have said has hurt his chances in getting any new coaching job. So he IS delusional.
  • #61 by Ched "UglyUncle" Carpenter on 07 Aug 2017
  • HdN wants back in the game of coaching.  He is doing what he thinks he needs to get back.  No way that happens...IMO.
  • #62 by HamSammich on 07 Aug 2017
  • Nutt has been offered two jobs that I know of in the last 5 years. They were both not the biggest of football program schools. After he turned down the last I figured and still do that he doesn't want to coach again.


    I know this doesn't fit hogvilles hate narrative but whatever.
  • #63 by Inhogswetrust on 07 Aug 2017
  • Nutt has been offered two jobs that I know of in the last 5 years. They were both not the biggest of football program schools. After he turned down the last I figured and still do that he doesn't want to coach again.


    I know this doesn't fit hogvilles hate narrative but whatever.

    Maybe his ego caused him to turn them down thinking he is better than wha they offered in money, contract length, facilities etc. After all you said they aren't the biggest programs. Perhaps he thought the money wasn't enough and they weren't about to go any higher for a coach like him. Also don't forget there are idiots in hiring positions........................
  • #64 by TebowHater on 07 Aug 2017
  • Great article about this in Deadspin today

    Indeed, HDN sent Ole Miss a formal settlement request simply requesting a public apology and a $500,000 donation to fund a commission on sports ethics for the state of Mississippi.

    Contrary to title of this thread, or what Hogville wants to believe, he is not doing this for money for himself.
  • #65 by Inhogswetrust on 07 Aug 2017
  • Indeed, HDN sent Ole Miss a formal settlement request simply requesting a public apology and a $500,000 donation to fund a commission on sports ethics for the state of Mississippi.

    Contrary to title of this thread, or what Hogville wants to believe, he is not doing this for money for himself.

    When I heard the radio media laughing about this settlement today and them saying that Houston was wanting to fund a commission for sports ethics I started to LOL as hard as they were doing! It's also funny your name is Tebowhater yet Tebow has more ethics in his little finger than nutty does in his whole body and you posted that post!
  • #66 by TebowHater on 07 Aug 2017
  • When I heard the radio media laughing about this settlement today and them saying that Houston was wanting to fund a commission for sports ethics I started to LOL as hard as they were doing! It's also funny your name is Tebowhater yet Tebow has more ethics in his little finger than nutty does in his whole body and you posted that post!

    What did HDN ever do to cheat at sports here? You can hate him all you want, but to act like sports ethics is oxymoronic with HDN is, itself, moronic.
  • #67 by twistitup on 07 Aug 2017
  • Indeed, HDN sent Ole Miss a formal settlement request simply requesting a public apology and a $500,000 donation to fund a commission on sports ethics for the state of Mississippi.

    Contrary to title of this thread, or what Hogville wants to believe, he is not doing this for money for himself.


    This thread was started before the offer - I will change title
  • #68 by TebowHater on 07 Aug 2017

  • This thread was started before the offer - I will change title

    Totally - wasn't meaning to attack you personally - just the mob mentality around him that still persists on here, even when perhaps unfounded. Anyway, respect the update.
  • #69 by tusked on 07 Aug 2017
  • Totally - wasn't meaning to attack you personally - just the mob mentality around him that still persists on here, even when perhaps unfounded. Anyway, respect the update.

    Teresa ?
  • #70 by TrueBlue on 07 Aug 2017
  • You guys need to give Nutt credit. He helped take down Ole Miss and Freeze. It was worth our little Nutt drama when he was here, to be able to watch Freeze "burn" the last few weeks. (That's funny right there, I don't care who you are!)
  • #71 by tusksincolorado on 07 Aug 2017
  • Teresa ?

    Oh dear baby Jesus....please don't let her start posting here again!!!!!
  • #72 by Inhogswetrust on 08 Aug 2017
  • What did HDN ever do to cheat at sports here? You can hate him all you want, but to act like sports ethics is oxymoronic with HDN is, itself, moronic.

    I didn't say he did cheat here. Ethics doesn't have to be about cheating or breaking NCAA rules. BUT he WAS responsible for overseeing the actions of his assistants and players. Besides the ethics I was referring too might not be about cheating as in recruiting or the NCXAA rules but how he treated, managed or handled some players and coaches here and at old misses. Some coaches never cheated as far as the NCAA is concerned themselves but they also weren't the standard bearer of ethical behavior.
  • #73 by Ched "UglyUncle" Carpenter on 10 Aug 2017
  • Nutt has been offered two jobs that I know of in the last 5 years. They were both not the biggest of football program schools. After he turned down the last I figured and still do that he doesn't want to coach again.


    I know this doesn't fit hogvilles hate narrative but whatever.

    I know...that he wants back into coaching.  I'm not saying you are wrong and I'm right...but I am right.
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