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Hugh Freeze Named AAF’s Newest OC for Arizona Hotshots

By Adam Brown
Sports Editor

Former Ole Miss HC Hugh Freeze. Photo by Steven Gagliano

Former Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze has a new coaching job 1,500 miles from his roots in Oxford. 

Freeze was recently named the offensive coordinator for the Alliance of American Football’s Arizona Hotshots, according to a report by Saturday Down South. The AAF also confirmed Freeze’s position on their website.

The Alliance of American Football league is a new, professional organization consisting of eight teams debuting its inaugural season in February 2019. It was founded by Charlie Ebersol, a film producer, and Bill Polian, former general manager of the Indianapolis Colts. The AAF tweeted Oct. 1 the league has signed more than 500 players for its inaugural season. 

Depending on how teams build their schedules, Freeze could return to the area as Memphis, Atlanta and Birmingham both have teams in the league. 

Photo via the aaf.com website.

Azcentral.com’s Jeff Metcalfe tweeted that Freeze would join the Hotshots.

Adam Brown
Adam Brown
Sports Editor

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