MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - College football season is almost back, and the storylines are already heating up.
One of the biggest coming from right down the road in Oxford, where Hugh Freeze is no longer the head coach of the Rebels. He resigned on Thursday after being found in violation of the school's personal conduct rules which includes phone records proving he called an escort service.
Back in Memphis, the headlines are much more positive. The Memphis Tigers right now are now projected to win the AAC West.
Fox Sports and Sports Illustrated's college football reporter Bruce Feldman spoke with WMC to discuss who could potentially replace Hugh Freeze at Ole Miss and what to expect from the Memphis Tigers in 2017.
A: "It could. He's not going to be there. I think when the administration sits down with the committee on infractions I think they can outline exactly what was on Hugh Freeze and what wasn't. Now they've already done a lot of that, but still. I think it certainly doesn't hurt that Freeze isn't there. My guess is they're going to lose more scholarships than what they've self-sanctioned either way."