Ole Miss Fellowship of Christian Athletes will host its second annual breakfast event at 8 a.m. Feb. 14 at the Manning Center.
This year’s breakfast is sponsored by Craddock Oil Company and will feature Ole Miss Head Football Coach Hugh Freeze and his wife Jill. Hugh and Jill have been married 21 years and are the parents of three daughters, Ragan, Jordan and Madison.
Hugh has enjoyed success at nearly every coaching level over the past 19 years, from high school to NAIA to FBS. His success as a football coach is grounded on biblical principles. He is the winner of the 2013 Grant Teaff FCA Coach of the Year.
“His passion is to use football to reach others for Christ,” Jill Freeze said.
“We are excited to have Coach Freeze and his wife as our speakers this year and having the chance to share the foundation from which they live their lives,” Ole Miss FCA Director Todd Johnson said.
Joining the breakfast as the master of ceremonies is Hugh Freeze’s longtime mentor, Ken Smith. Ken is a former chaplain for legendary Florida State coach Bobby Bowden and a 2010 FCA Hall of Champions inductee.
Corporate tables are available at $1,000 and sponsor tables at $500. Each table receives eight tickets, and corporate sponsors also receive an autographed football from Coach Freeze and admission to a brief “meet and greet” time with Hugh and Jill before the breakfast. Individual tickets are $100. Each person will also receive a free general admission ticket for the Ole Miss baseball game when the Rebels take on William & Mary at 1:30 p.m. at Swayze Field.
Tickets can be ordered online. For further information about the breakfast, contact Todd Johnson at (662) 816-7928 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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