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Strip Cub in Mississippi Set to Host ‘Hugh Freeze Tribute Party’

Well, he can’t say they never gave him anything.
Mississippi State fans are taking no small amount of pleasure in the wake of the recent demise of Ole Miss Coach Hugh Freeze. Freeze was forced to resign as head coach of the Rebels, after it was discovered that he made a call to an escort service.

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Trump’s Alma Mater Enacts ‘Sanctuary Campus’ Policy

President-Elect Donald Trump’s alma mater, the University of Pennsylvania, has enacted a “sanctuary campus” policy which bans federal immigration officials from the school’s grounds and protects illegal immigrants from deportation.

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Ole Miss Pulls ‘Sanctuary Campus’ Proposal After Backlash

The University of Mississippi Student Body Senate has pulled a resolution which would have created a “sanctuary campus” for illegal immigrant students and banned federal immigration officials from stepping foot on campus after an overwhelming backlash.

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College Dems, SJWs Push for Ole Miss ‘Sanctuary Campus’

The Ole Miss College Democrats and a social justice organization are asking the Student Senate to pass a resolution that would transform the campus into a “sanctuary campus” in order for illegal immigrants to escape deportation.

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Mississippi Flag Confiscated at Ole Miss Football Game

In an apparent move to censor supporters of the Mississippi state flag, University of Mississippi officials confiscated signs and flags from attendees at the Ole Miss/Alabama football game.

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Gruden on Tunsil Weed Tweet: ‘Social Media Scene Makes Me Sick’

During Thursday’s NFL Draft on ESPN, analyst and former NFL coach Jon Gruden reacted to a video tweeted out by former Ole Miss offensive tackle and newly-drafted Miami Dolphin Laremy Tunsil smoking weed out of a gas mask. Tunsil claims his

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Archie Manning, Hugh Freeze Demand Mississippi Remove Confederate Symbol From State Flag

A group of celebrities and sports figures, including Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze, Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen, and two-time Ole Miss Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Archie Manning, joined together to sign a letter demanding that the state remove a Confederate symbol from its flag that has been a part of the banner since 1894.