Liberty first-year coach Hugh Freeze was released from the hospital Wednesday but won't return to the office for another few days.
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Liberty coach Hugh Freeze is recovering from surgery he underwent Friday for a potentially life-threatening strand of staph infection related to a herniated disk in his back. He will remain in the hospital for at least several more days.
- Liberty coach Freeze released from hospital
- Freeze had potentially life-threatening infection
- Liberty's Freeze away from team with back issues
- Ex-Auburn QB Willis transferring to Liberty
Liberty first-year head coach Hugh Freeze has been unable to attend training camp practices since Sunday and is undergoing treatment for severe back spasms.
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Quarterback Malik Willis, who said he never got the chance to throw the ball enough while at Auburn, is transferring to Liberty and will seek a waiver from the NCAA to be eligible to play this season.
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Former Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze was introduced Friday as Liberty's new football coach. Freeze, who resigned from Ole Miss in July 2017, replaces Turner Gill.