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Tuesday TV

No football on tonight or tomorrow night, but NFL action will resume on Thursday.  Taking a look ahead, the schedule for the rest of the week is below.

Thursday - Cleveland at Pittsburgh - 8:20 - NFL Network

Saturday - Army at Navy - 2:30 - CBS 

Sunday - Full NFL schedule


Video: Hugh Freeze introduced in Oxford

Hugh Freeze was introduced today in Oxford as the new head coach at Ole Miss.

The reports that we received from Oxford said the crowd loved the enthusiasm Freeze brought today.

Greg McMackin announces his retirement

Greg McMackin announced his retirement earlier tonight following his fourth season at the helm.

As you will see in this video, this was an emotional day for Coach McMackin.

An inside look at Jon Gruden

The New Yorker recently did a great write up on Jon Gruden, outlining what he brings to the table as an NFL analyst. Unquestionably, he brings a unique perspective to the booth, one that many coaches find refreshing. 

The article outlines how much time and preparation that he puts into the job, often times (according to him) putting in more office hours breaking down film and cutting up plays than he did as a coach, preparing for the week's game.

The article is not short (and that's putting it nicely), but definitely worth a read, and is filled with multiple Gruden nuggets to appreciate. 

Arkansas AD not happy with CBS

Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long recently voiced his displeasure with CBS for airing Bobby Petrino's cross field comments during the 41-17 loss to LSU on November 25th.

Long said that he was disappointed with the way that CBS portrayed Petrino and in their decision to show it over and over again (even in slow motion) after the game. 

“Certainly none of us like the use of profane language, certainly, it happens in the heat of the battle and it’s unfortunate. But I think in this case, I’m disappointed it was displayed in the way it was by CBS.”

Long went on to say that no coach wants to be seen on national TV using profane language, but it happens and he has talked about the issue with Petrino.

“It’s not something that people should be shocked by, but, again, we don’t like the use of the language like that, certainly, where it can be shown and, being honest with you, taken out of context.”

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