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Former Ole Miss coach Tommy Tuberville, now an ESPN analyst, called for the Rebels to "wipe out the entire administration" and start over."Obviously people knew what was going on.Just get back to being Ole Miss and clean the slate, and get people in there that want to get the job done the right way," Tuberville said on ESPN Radio's "Freddie and Fitz" show."It's just a sad day for them, it really is, because people in that state really want to win games and want to be competitive at Ole Miss.

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They've done a great job to this point, and now they've had a terrible setback."The news comes a week after Freeze addressed speculation about his job future at SEC media days and about six weeks before the Rebels kick off the season against South Alabama.

USA Today reported Thursday that Freeze made a one-minute call from a university-issued phone to a number associated with a female escort service.

Freeze, who had about $2 million left on his contract for this year, $5 million next year and $5.15 million for the 2019 season, will not be paid going forward.

Bjork said Freeze would have been fired had he not resigned.

Freeze failed to redact the 313 area code number in question, according to Bjork.

ESPN asked Freeze about the alleged phone call last week, and he denied purposely calling an escort service."We call the wrong numbers all the time," Freeze said.The notice of allegations included eight new alleged rules violations and the lack of institutional control charge.The NCAA has now accused the Rebels of 21 rules violations by current or former members of their football coaching staff.After going 10-3 in 2015, Ole Miss slipped to 5-7 this past season.Among other charges, the NCAA accused the Rebels of providing improper benefits, including cash payments and merchandise, to prospects, as well as lodging and meals to recruits and their families.In six seasons, Freeze guided the Rebels to unprecedented heights, but his success was also sullied by an ongoing NCAA investigation.

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