Former Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze had a lot of phone conversations with an Ole Miss booster alleged to have given unauthorized recruiting benefits. According to phone records obtained by USA Today, Freeze and restaurant owner Lee Harris communicated via Freeze’s school-issued phone “at least” 200 times, though the report notes that the content of their conversations is unknown. Harris is named in the NCAA’s notice of allegations against the school for allegedly giving Mississippi State linebacker Leo Lewis cash payments and free food and drink during Lewis’ recruitment.
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ATLANTA-- Georgia Tech dismissed star B-back Dedrick Mills and head coach Paul Johnson spoke with the media about his embattled former running back and the plans to replace his production as the leading returner runner from 2016.