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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Jeremy Hill
With the NFL draft less than two months away, former LSU running back Jeremy Hill is no longer under court supervision.
LSU's top rusher and top two receivers are entering the NFL draft, along with one of the Tigers' starting offensive linemen.
Whether Jeremy Hill deserves a prominent role in LSU's offense this early in the season is a matter for debate.
A judge ruled she won't send LSU running back Jeremy Hill to jail for a probation violation last spring, a ruling that leaves it up to coach Les Miles to decide whether the Tigers' suspended leading rusher last season will return to the team.
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.
Hours after a judge decided against sending Jeremy Hill to jail for a probation violation, LSU's leading running back last season apologized to his teammates and then joined them at practice.
The legal problems of current and former SEC players _ from ex-Florida and NFL tight end Aaron Hernandez to LSU running back Jeremy Hill _ cast a negative light on the league that has won seven consecutive national championships.
The LSU Tigers don't seem too concerned by the uncertainty of this offseason.
Suspended LSU running back Jeremy Hill has pleaded guilty to simple battery in connection with a bar fight in April.
Chandler Catanzaro kicked a 37-yard field goal as time expired to give No. 14 Clemson a wild 25-24 win over No. 9 Louisiana State in the Chick-fil-A Bowl on Monday night.
"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 by LSU's chief athletic spokesman Michael Bonnette. "With all of that being said, I have decided to forego my Junior season and enter the 2014 NFL Draft."