Ole Miss Committee on Infractions hearing date set

Ole Miss Committee on Infractions hearing date set

Houston Nutt's lawsuit against Ole Miss was dismissed Wednesday by a federal court, but the dispute might not be over.

The order issued by the Judge, per the Clarion Ledger, states: "In response to the instant motion, the plaintiff concedes that the defendants" argument is meritorious and asserts "it is agreed that this court lacks subject matter jurisdiction'".

The lawsuit stated then-Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze and other school officials created a "false narrative" in an effort to place primary blame on Nutt for the NCAA investigation instead of Freeze.

We have no indication, as of yet, whether Nutt and Mars will file their lawsuit in a different court, such as a state court.

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Ole Miss is scheduled to appear before the committee at 7:30 a.m on September 11 in Covington, Kentucky.

Following the COI hearing, Ole Miss official will learn what additional penalties - if any - the school will receive from the NCAA.

Ole Miss will meet with the NCAA's Committee on Infractions beginning September 11 in Covington, Kentucky, according to documents released by the school Wednesday. The notice includes 17 alleged violations that were committed during Freeze's tenure. Freeze, 47, guided the Rebels to a 39-25 record and two New Year's Six bowl appearances in five seasons.

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