Baton Rouge, La. - It's game week for LSU's football team as they get ready to take on the 20th ranked TCU Horned Frogs but head coach Les Miles is remaining vague about any punishment for running back Jeremy Hill.
At his weekly press conference, Miles first said "Jeremy Hill is going to sustain discipline. We said earlier that we would have withholding, that he would be withheld from play...that is going to take place. Our discipline will be internal at this point and I don't think we have much further to say."
Asked again about Hill, Miles said he would not be surprised if Jeremy Hill made the trip to Dallas for the game and a third query about the sophomore running back elicited the same response.
Hill pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor battery charge earlier this month and had his probation extended without serving any jail time. His teammates then voted to reinstate him to the team for summer camp but Miles has maintained that punishments would be internal.
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