FAYETTEVILLE, AR – OCTOBER15: Head Coach Hugh Freeze talks with Chad Kelly #10 of the Mississippi Rebels during a game against the Arkansas Razorbacks at Razorback Stadium on October 15, 2016 in Fayetteville, Arkansas. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)The interest in former Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze has not cooled since the end of the 2018 college football season. The latest report suggests that a return to the southeastern United States could be in the cards.According to Fox Sports Radio’s Clay Travis, the Florida State Seminoles have “serious interest” in bringing in Freeze as their new offensive coordinator.The position was vacated earlier today when OC Walt Bell was picked as the new head coach of UMass.Per FootballScoop, Freeze and FSU head coach Willie Taggart spent “considerable time speaking” on Monday.I’m told Florida State has serious interest in hiring Hugh Freeze as offensive coordinator. Discussions ongoing.— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) December 3, 2018Was told Hugh and Willie T spend considerable time speaking today….https://t.co/1ZzHngaDAg https://t.co/TEDtt7k44y— FootballScoop Staff (@FootballScoop) December 3, 2018Freeze has been out of work since leaving Ole Miss at the end of the 2016 season. He was recently expected to return to football as the offensive coordinator of the Arizona Hotshots of the Alliance of American Football.Freeze went 39-25 at Ole Miss, winning the Sugar Bowl in 2015. However, he left Oxford in a heap of trouble with the NCAA, which could complicate the hiring process for any school that wants to bring him in the fold.One of Freeze’s most notable accomplishments is his success against Alabama head coach Nick Saban. Freeze is one of only a handful of coaches to boast consecutive wins against Saban, which came in 2014 and 2015.
NEW YORK — Accusations and counterclaims are piling up as lawyers for organizers of the Woodstock 50 festival and their onetime financial partner head for a New York City courtroom.A hearing is set Monday in the clash over money, control and even whether the anniversary show will happen in August in Watkins Glen, New York.Investor Amplifi Live LLC announced April 29 that it was cancelling the event amid health and safety concerns.Organizers Woodstock 50 LLC say it’s still a go.They sued last week and said Amplifi Live sabotaged the festival, can’t singlehandedly cancel it and plundered nearly $18 million in funds.Amplifi Live said in court papers Sunday that organizers’ “incompetence” spurred it to take control, nix the festival and take back the money. Amplifi Live is part of Japanese marketing firm Dentsu.Jennifer Peltz, The Associated Press