Hugh Freeze was on “The Paul Finebaum Show” Monday and discussed what it would take for him to leave Liberty for another school.
“They have given me an incredible offer here — six-year extension,” Freeze said. “It was more than anything I would have dreamed of at a place outside of the Power Five. They have been so good to me and my family, supportive of our staff, our kids, and anything we need to try to make Liberty one of the top Group of 5 programs in the country. That’s where my commitment lies.
“I have been very honest with the administration and with our players more so than I have ever have been, saying to them should something come that makes my heart beat a little faster, and that university feels the same about me that I feel about them, they will be the first to know that — that is the truth as I can put it. To this point, there has been nothing that was mutual enough, either on their side or my side, to make me want to leave the mountain here at Liberty University.”
With his bowl win last night Hugh Freeze has now won ten games at every school he’s ever been a head coach of: Lambuth, Arkansas State, Ole Miss & Liberty. https://t.co/7iwJCZV8l1
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) December 27, 2020
Wild way for Hugh Freeze and Liberty to get to 10-1. His 34-year-old DC Scott Symons who has done a terrific job there this season, held a potent Coastal offense that had been hitting on 54% on 3rd downs to just 3-for-11 tonight.
— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) December 27, 2020