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LSU Runningback Jeremy Hill sucker punch video emerges


LSU Tigers runningback Jeremy Hill plead guilty to simple battery, and something tells me he won’t play football for the Tigers ever again.  He’s already on probation for forcing a 14-year-old to perform oral sex on him, and now this video has emerged of him sucker punching a guy from behind, torn shirt and all, and then high-fiving his friends afterwards.

Hill has been given two-years probation and fined $375 to pay for the victims medical bills by Judge Mike Irwin.

“I have been advised by the University Registrar that Mr. Hill is on file as having exercised (the) opt out right,” Miriam Segar, an associate athletic director at LSU, wrote to The Advocate in response to a records request. “LSU is not authorized under federal law to disclose any record.”

Update: Hill’s teammates voted him back onto the LSU football team.

[The Big Lead]

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