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A lawyer for suspended LSU running back Jeremy Hill has arranged a meeting with a judge in Baton Rouge on Monday, when Hill could learn whether he'll be jailed or remain on probation under terms allowing him to play football.
District Attorney Hillar Moore says a judge has granted defense lawyer Marci Blaize's request for a meeting on what is also the first day of LSU practice.
Hill, who was LSU's top rusher last season, was caught on video punching a man outside a bar last spring. Hill pleaded guilty to misdemeanor battery -- a violation of his probation from an earlier misdemeanor plea.
If the judge keeps Hill out of jail, it will be up to LSU coach Les Miles to decide whether to reinstate him.
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LSU Tigers head coach Les Miles was on ESPN’s Bristol Campus and during his walk between buildings he decided to sample the grass. The grass wasn’t up to his standard though as he said it was “undergrown and not full body” because the area isn’t good for growing grass. He said it couldn’t compete with grass in the south, especially in Baton Rouge.
LSU running back Jeremy Hill will be rejoining his teammates on the Tigers’ football team this fall after all. Hill, who can be seen here cold-cocking a man outside a Baton Rouge bar, avoided jail time, as the judge instead extended his probation, added 40 hours of community service, and set strict curfew rules. The move left head coach Les Miles with a decision to make on Hill’s...
Jeremy Hill was not among the 103 players who reported to campus a day before LSU started its preseason camp. The Tigers' leading rusher from last season is suspended following a scuffle in a bar parking lot in April.
Hill, the leading rusher for the Tigers as a freshman last season with 755 yards has a court date regarding the status of his probation August 16.
A judge has extended LSU running back Jeremy Hill's probation and now it's up to coach Les Miles whether the Tigers' suspended leading rusher last season will return to the team.
Hill was caught on video punching a man outside a bar last spring. He pleaded guilty to misdemeanor battery -- a violation of his probation from an earlier misdemeanor.
LSU's leading rusher Jeremy HIll has been reinstated by the team after a Monday court ruling that extended his probation without him having to do any jail time, reports Jerry Hinnen of CBSSports.com.
Hill may be out of the water legally and was welcome back at practice, but he'll face an 'internal' punishment from the team, head coach Les Miles said.
Jeremy Hill's immediate future is not behind bars, it seems. The star LSU running back was given extra community service after admitting simple battery in a fight outside a bar in Baton Rouge earlier this year - despite violating the terms of a parole given to him as a high schooler. Jeremy Hill called a press conference, which he went to with Les Miles, his coach in tow. Miles...
LSU running back has officially been reinstated to the Tigers football team after the team voted to reinstate him.
LSU football is finally right around the corner. The Tigers take to the practice field for the first time tomorrow morning. In advance of all the action, Les Miles will meet with the media at 1 p.m. Sunday to discuss his team. TSD will have live coverage inside.
LSU RB Jeremy Hill has been reinstated to the team, Les Miles announced Monday. Hill completed a suspension that lasted more than three months and returned to practice Monday afternoon. Both Hill and Miles addressed the media, and you can read here what they had to say.
The countdown to kickoff continues as Geaux Tiger Nation gets pumped for the 2013 LSU Tigers season to begin. Enjoy this hype video while we patiently wait.
LSU senior running back Alfred Blue has seen his share of talent in the backfield since arriving in Baton Rouge. He's ready to continue the competition in 2013, especially after bouncing back from an injury which cut short his breakout 2012 campaign.
Les Miles had a tough decision to make in regards to running back Jeremy Hill. Now that his legal case was resolved (no jail time, two more years of probation, 40 additional hours of community service, and curfew restrictions) stemming from an incident in April when he was caught on camera sucker-punching someone outside of a bar it was time for Miles to do something.
LSU’s bid to play for another national title just improved tremendously.
Yahoo Sports is reporting that star running back Jeremy Hill has been reinstated to the team, hours after a judge decided against sending Hill to jail for a probation violation.
Hill apologized to his coaches and teammates, and then waited to hear if LSU head coach Les Miles would accept him back.
Hill will roam the LSU backfield in 2013 after all... Thanks to his teammates?
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Earlier this summer we brought you the story of Jeremy Hill and his “indefinite suspension” from the LSU football team. Well, consider that suspension over and Hill apparently can thank his teammates for it.
Yes, you read that right…. Head coach Les Miles,...
Monday afternon Jeremy Hill & his attorney met with his presiding judge who extended his probation two years, keeping intact the 9pm to 6am curfew, with allowances for football activities. That immediately opened the floor to Les Miles, whom after closing practice for what is now obvious reasons, reinstated Hill to the team after a vote by his teammates.
So what's next...