HOOVER, Ala. (AP) — Hugh Freeze clearly wanted to talk about football, so he did. Freeze delivered a 16-minute opening statement about his Mississippi team while pointing out he couldn't talk specifics about a long-running NCAA investigation. Predictably all but two of the nine questions he fielded from the podium after that dealt in some fashion with the off-the-field issues facing his program. That came as no surprise, of course. "I mean, we obviously have created it in and around our program," Freeze said Thursday at Southeastern Conference media days. "The length of it, we can sit here and debate all of that. But you can't. We've got to be responsible for the areas which we were deficient in, that we didn't either react or act properly, or...
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NCAA Questions Abound for Freeze, Even After Filibuster