Another LSU football player is in trouble with the law. Running back Jeremy Hill has been suspended indefinitely by head coach Les Miles. He was arrested over the weekend following an alleged bar fight near the LSU campus. He's been charged with misdemeanor simple battery. Hill is the second LSU football player to be arrested in the past week.

Last Thursday, Tharold Simon was arrested in Eunice on charges of public intimidation, and a noise violation on the night before he was to be honored by local officials.
This isn't Hill's first brush with the law. He's currently on probation after pleading guilty to misdemeanor carnal knowledge of a juvenile las year.
Hill led the Tigers in rushing with 755 yards and 12 touchdowns last season. Coach Les Miles emailed a news release announcing  the suspension Monday.