Strip Club To Host ‘Hugh Freeze Tribute Night’

Hannah Simmons | Contributor

A strip club in Starkville, Mississippi, is set to host a tribute night Saturday for former Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze.

Jerry Westlund is the owner of the strip club known as “The Pony” and he thinks it was not right for Freeze to not allow his team to have a night at a strip club.

According to the New York Post, Westlund said that as long as someone is 18 years old, that person can do just about everything. So Westlund wonders why college players can’t have a night out with a little entertainment every once and a while.

Freeze was someone who showed the nation how religious he was by praying with his players before the start of each game and always tweeting out Bible verses. Freeze resigned as head coach of the Ole Miss football team because he was caught calling an escort service.

This gave Westlund the idea to have the “Hugh Freeze Tribute Night” and it is only right that the strip club is located just a few miles from the Mississippi State campus, Ole Miss’s fierce rival.

If you are an Ole Miss fan, you know the Bulldogs are loving every minute of the Ole Miss meltdown currently underway.

Hannah Simmons



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