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Former LSU RB Jeremy Hill Doesn’t Understand How Tigers Lost Any Games Last Year

Former LSU running back Jeremy Hill has found a nice place for himself as a rookie in the NFL, rushing for 643 yards and six touchdowns for the Cincinnati Bengals. But he apparently still dwells a bit on what could have been during his last year in Baton Rouge. Tuesday morning, he took to Twitter to wonder aloud why the Tigers didn’t post an undefeated season in 2013. I’m still...
Via College Spun
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Two LSU Tigers rookie running backs ran for 150 yards on the same day

Louisiana State University has produced quite a bit of NFL players in their time, but this week two rookies put up some huge numbers. Both Jeremy Hill of the Cincinnati Bengals and Alfred Blue of the Houston Texans ran for 150 plus yards on the same day. Lyons Yellin WWL-TV    @LyonsYellin Jeremy Hill & […] The post Two LSU Tigers rookie running backs ran for 150 yards on...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Former LSU Star Jeremy Hill Could Play Starring Role in Bengals at Saints

Former LSU star running back Jeremy Hill could have a huge homecoming when his Cincinnati Bengals visit the New Orleans Saints this Sunday. Starting Bengals back Giovanni Bernard missed Wednesday's practice. He's sat out of the last two games with a hip injury. Hill, a Baton Rouge native, would relish recording a breakout game in his home state. "It is always a good...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Tiger Tat: Bengals RB shows LSU pride with massive back ink

If you weren't sure about Cincinnati Bengals running back Jeremy Hill's college allegiance, his back tells the tale -- in enormous fashion. Over the weekend, Hill tweeted a photo of a tattoo covering a large portion of his back featuring him in his LSU No. 33 jersey, standing outside Tiger Stadium beside a tiger. There are also helicopters flying over the stadium because...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
July 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Former LSU running back gets blasted with amazing Tigers tribute tattoo (Photo)

Jeremy Hill is now a Cincinnati Bengal but his passion for LSU is still there. A matter of fact he had a huge tattoo blasted on his back. Here is his tweet and his tat pic. @JeremyHill33: If you gone go hard why not go the hardest #inky #tigerstadium #maserati #donthateonthebrodie The post Former LSU running back gets blasted with amazing Tigers tribute tattoo...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
July 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Former LSU Star Jeremy Hill Gets Gigantic Tiger Stadium Tattoo On His Back

It’s not uncommon for former college athletes to get a small tattoo to pay homage to their alma mater – especially if playing for the program led to a professional career. Former LSU running back Jeremy Hill, drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals this May, took the notion to the next level. Hill tweeted out a photo of his new tattoo, which includes himself in an LSU uniform, a tiger...
Via College Spun
July 13, 2014  |  Discuss

LSU running back Hill skipping final two years to go pro

LSU leading rusher Jeremy Hill is entering the NFL draft, opening the way for highly rated recruit Leonard Fournette to assume a central role in the Tigers' ground game. "I am a Tiger for life. I will forever be grateful to my LSU fans, friends, coaches and family. This decision has been very difficult for me," Hill wrote on a social media account that was verified...
Via AP on Fox
January 13, 2014  |  Discuss

LSU RB Jeremy Hill To Enter NFL Draft

It seems that LSU stud running back Jeremy Hill has had a change of heart. Hill reportedly said he was staying in school, in part to repay the loyalty that Les Miles showed to him earlier this season when Hill was suspended for a bar fight. Hill took to Twitter this morning to reveal that he’s changed his mind, and will now enter the 2014 NFL Draft. I am a Tiger for life. I will...
Via Thacover2
January 13, 2014  |  Discuss

LSU RB Jeremy Hill Coming Back for One More Year?

LSU may have to find a new quarterback next season, but whoever it is will have some serious help in the backfield. Not only are the Tigers going to have incoming 5-star recruit Leonard Fournette coming in, but it seems that they are going to have Jeremy Hill coming back for one more year as well.Gifdsports.comAfter topping off the season with a 200+ yard day in the Outback Bowl...
Via FatManWriting
January 08, 2014  |  Discuss

LSU's Running Game Will Not Miss a Beat if Jeremy Hill Enters the Draft

If LSU has a little trouble finding a go to guy at quarterback next season it looks like the team is going to be in pretty good shape anyway. The defense will be like any other Les Miles defense of course, and offense--well, on offense they will run, run, and run some more.And why not? With the No. 1 high school running back--and overall recruit--in the nation committing to the Tigers...
Via FatManWriting
January 02, 2014  |  Discuss

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