Ole Miss football head coach, Hugh is huge in the eyes of the Rebel football nation. But, as we are all learning, there is much more than football to this good man, our good man.
Coach Freeze speaks often about the platform we are all given by which we can impact the lives of those around us. That couldn’t be anymore evident than in the coach’s efforts to improve the lives of kids that will never take a snap as an Ole Miss Rebel. And, although they may never even make the trip down from Memphis to see the Grove, they are extended Ole Miss family members.
Join Coach Hugh Freeze, CNN journalist Wayne Drash, Ole Miss alums and fans, and the spirit of the coach’s personal platform, for an evening in Memphis.
“A Conversation With Hugh Freeze” is on April 4 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Halloran Centre, located at 203 S. Main Street. The event includes a social hour with food and beverages, and auction items.
The tickets and additional information can be found at this link: http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/1B005044ED9156AB
Show you support for literacy, the extended Ole Miss family, and our good man. Hope to see you there, Hotty Toddy!
John Cofield is a HottyToddy.com writer and one of Oxford’s leading folk historians. He is the son of renowned university photographer Jack Cofield. His grandfather, Col. J.R Cofield, was William Faulkner’s personal photographer and for decades was Ole Miss yearbook photographer. Cofield attended Ole Miss as well. Contact John at Johnbcofield@gmail.com.