What a world we live in. Make one (accidental?) call to a hooker with a work issued phone and you're out of job. The question now becomes how bad does it get for Ole Miss? Let's not forget, the program was already banned from postseason play. There's also the issue of only 11 returning starters for a 5-win team that lost its final two games of the season to Vanderbilt and Mississippi State by a combined score of 93-37. Don't forget about transfers and bailing recruits. Now, it's nearly August and your head coach
and offensive play caller
is gone and you're forced to promote an offensive line coach
to help stop the bleeding
oh, and navigate the SEC West. Currently lined at 5.5 wins (5Dimes), it's not easy to come up with six wins despite being spotted two (one?) off the bat with home games vs. South Alabama and UT-Martin.
"I can truly tell y’all today that this is my dream job," said Luke, who addressed the media for the first time since being named Ole Miss' interim coach Thursday. "It’s a job I’ve been preparing my whole life for. I feel more strongly now than ever that I’m the right man to run this program."