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Hugh Freeze: "I am extremely disappointed to learn that any member of my staff violated any SEC or NCAA rules, and as the head coach, I regret those actions. Any behavior by my staff that is inconsistent with that commitment to do things the right way simply does not reflect the emphasis I personally place on NCAA compliance. As the record will show, I am constantly communicating to our compliance office, the SEC office, and industry leaders to make sure we are using best practices when it comes to doing things the right way. Contrary to the allegations, I have demonstrated throughout this entire process that I have a strong record of promoting compliance and monitoring my staff, and I look forward to presenting that evidence to the Committee on Infractions."

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Melrose interviews 'The Arkansas Waterfall'

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Melrose interviews 'The Arkansas Waterfall.'

From one mullet owner to another, Barry Melrose find out the origins of Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy's luscious mullet.

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