Found August 07, 2013 on
Don’t expect Gary Patterson to be putting any player suspensions up for a team vote as LSU recently did with their best running back, Jeremy Hill. Hill had been suspended from the team after pleading guilty to misdemeanor battery which was a violation of his probation he was already serving. TCU happens to play LSU on August 31st in the season opener for both teams. The issued was raised on Tuesday because of the suspension of TCU’s star defensive end, Devonte Fields, for the first two games of the season. Hill was reinstated to LSU’s football team and practiced for…
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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.
Yes, the players voted and voted to allow him back on the team. I've seen national outlets now bury Miles for hiding behind his team, for letting players make his decisions, etc. Do these people think Les Miles would have let the team vote to allow Hill back on if he hadn't already come to a decision on the issue beforehand?
Of course he knew the team would allow him...
TCU coach Gary Patterson is making things interesting before his team's season-opening game against LSU. He took a shot at Tigers coach Les Miles.
"Well, this sucks." (Photo courtesy: USA Today Sports) Which college football program is having the toughest start to fall camp? Texas A&M, right? I mean, how many other teams out there are dealing with the prospect of losing their Heisman-winning playboy to an autograph scandal? That does suck for the Aggies, but consider the situation facing their neighbors to...
2012's leading rusher for the LSU Tigers was allowed to return to the practice field Monday afternoon after his probation was extended by a Baton Rouge judge.
Jeremy Hill pled guilty to charges in April that he punched a man at a local bar. Hill was already on probation after an illicit encounter with a juvenile while still in high school...
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.
Les Miles met with the media Thursday to discuss how the Tigers are looking through four days of Fall Camp. He shed some light on injuries to Vadal Alexander and DeSean Smith, and also commented again on the Jeremy Hill situation.
TCU coach Gary Patterson did not pull punches, calling out LSU's Les Miles for allowing players to vote on the reinstatement of running back Jeremy Hill.
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,...
DJ Welter may have been a surprising choice to replace Kevin Minter as LSU's starting middle linebacker. But he's doing his part to earn that spot, and he's hoping 2013 becomes a breakout season for him.