Jeremy Hill isn’t doing himself any favors if he wants to be the SEC’s best running back come the end of the 2013-4 season.

The running back was arrested for simple battery after allegedly hitting someone on the side of the head outside a Baton Rouge hostelry on Saturday night, numerous reports have said.

Hill was suspended indefinitely by coach Les Miles, the coach announced on Monday.

Miles said in a statement that he would “let this incident play out through the legal system before making any additional comments”, ESPN reported.

Hill finished with 755 yards and 12 TDs on 142 carries in an incredible rookie season for the Tigers – and looks like one of the most promising offensive stars to come out of Baton Rouge in years.

Now, he’s got to pray that he’ll SEE 2013, let alone play in it.

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