Auburn football coach Hugh Freeze says he has 'leapfrogged' to better job than Ole Miss, previous stops
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Auburn football coach Hugh Freeze's opening press conference on Tuesday was partly about the Tigers and mostly about the new coach's past stints.
Freeze got more than a few questions about redemption, second chances, and rewriting his own ending after leaving Ole Miss in 2017.
The Rebels were 39-25 during his tenure, 19-21 in the SEC, but his time at Oxford is most remembered for how it ended. Freeze resigned from Ole Miss ahead of the 2017 season after phone records revealed he was in touch with an escort service through a college cellphone. Freeze was away from college football for two seasons and then spent four seasons with Liberty.
"I don't believe in earning anything. I believe in earning," Freeze said Tuesday. "And I think we fought to deserve that. It was rocky at times. But you can be overcome with emotion because -- honestly, I feel like, and this isn't an offense to another school or anything, but I feel like I've jumped there in this family and this culture here where I was then. And I loved my time there, but I see this as one of the top 10 football programs in the nation. And I believe in it."
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Neither the media member who posted the question nor Freeze made any specific reference to Ole Miss, and perhaps they didn't have to. Historically, Auburn has been more successful overall. In the 21st century, Ole Miss has won five seasons in conference games, while Auburn has played in four SEC championship games.
But Freeze is taking on the Auburn job at a time when Lane Kiffin sees Ole Miss on the up. The Rebels have racked up 18 wins over the past two seasons, while the Tigers have slipped to last place in the SEC West for two straight years. During Freeze's time in Auburn, the comparisons, for better or for worse, continue.
And that wasn't Freeze's only response to second chances.
"I've had a great five years at Ole Miss. They've been great to me," Freeze said later Tuesday. “My story is well documented. I let some people down, let a lot of people down and I'm very sorry for that in the end (residence in Oxford). I've spent the last six years earning respect and trust from my family, teams, administrations - everyone that was around me. That's the lesson I've learned is to keep working to earn people's trust. And when they get to know you, a lot comes from that.”
This article originally appeared on Montgomery Advertiser: Auburn Football: Hugh Freeze says he 'skipped' Ole Miss to a better job.
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