The Rebels already know they are going to have a bowl ban this season, but there’s the threat of the NCAA verdict coming down mid-season and even coach Hugh Freeze being suspended. Hugh Kellenberger and Antonio Morales talk about what all of that is going to do to the Rebels.
OXFORD – Ole Miss’ date with the Committee on Infractions has been announced.
The university, which has been alleged with committing 21 NCAA violations, has been scheduled to appear before the committee at 7:30 a.m. (8:30 E.T.) on Sept. 11 in Covington, Kentucky.
The Committee on Infractions hearing letter was released by the university on Monday, along with the NCAA’s case summary, which can be read here.
The NCAA’s enforcement was firm in its position in the case summary and stood by all 21 violations as alleged, including the lack of institutional control charge against the university and violation of head coach responsibility legislation against Freeze.
It also stood by its Rebel Rags allegation and its allegation that a booster gave Mississippi State’s Leo…