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07:22 AM ET 10.24 | Over the past six weeks, it seems LSU freshman running back Jeryl Brazil has made at least two poor decisions. [Brazil] was arrested last Friday and issued a misdemeanor summons for simple criminal damage to property and simple battery, LSU campus police said Wednesday. It's the second such arrest in less than two months for Brazil, who is from Loranger, La. LSU coach Les Miles said Brazil was suspended indefinitely "as soon as we heard there was an issue" and "he's going to have to sort this thing out. It's his responsibility." He did not make the trip to Oxford, Miss., for the Tigers game at Ole Miss. Brazil, who has played in one game this season, allegedly grabbed a woman by the neck and pushed her down before punching a hole in the wall of her apartment.

The Times-Picayune

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October 24, 2013  07:41 AM ET

Its good to see LSU recruiting guys with only the most solid of character.

October 24, 2013  08:22 AM ET

This is what you are going to get Michigan if Hoke does not prove to be the answer and you bring in this other "Michigan Man..."

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October 24, 2013  08:35 AM ET

Just a freshman and already two arrests. Show him where the door is and give him a warning to not let it hit him in the **** on his way out.

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October 24, 2013  08:51 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

If he can play the team will just vote to bring him back. Its not like he cold cocked some dude in the parking lot.

Brazil and Hill were LSU's "one-two punch"

October 24, 2013  08:54 AM ET

SEC, nothing but a bunch of inmates-in-training.


Signed,
Bluesuiter (just call me BS for short....)

October 24, 2013  09:00 AM ET
QUOTE(#7):

SEC, nothing but a bunch of inmates-in-training.Signed,Bluesuiter (just call me BS for short....)

Hey BS try this one on: He's just trying to make 1st team all SEC.

October 24, 2013  09:05 AM ET
QUOTE(#8):

Hey BS try this one on: He's just trying to make 1st team all SEC.

He's well on his way. Looks like good coaching is paying off!




hehehehe

October 24, 2013  09:09 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Its good to see LSU recruiting guys with only the most solid of character.

Yeah, the most solid right jab -- good thing he missed the wall stud or he'd have jeopardized his playing time with a broken hand.

Wouldn't want to do something really stoopid like that, huh...



<morning sarcasm meter check>

October 24, 2013  09:38 AM ET

SMH!!!!!

October 24, 2013  09:39 AM ET

It's all very "simple:" let the team decide Brazil's fate. They'll do the right thing.

October 24, 2013  09:47 AM ET
QUOTE(#12):

It's all very "simple:" let the team decide Brazil's fate. They'll do the right thing.

I just don't get it!!! Why doesn't a team (LSU) kick these players like Brazil and Hill off the team "permanently", as they are repeat offenders.

October 24, 2013  09:58 AM ET
QUOTE(#13):

I just don't get it!!! Why doesn't a team (LSU) kick these players like Brazil and Hill off the team "permanently", as they are repeat offenders.

Come on Timer, you can answer that question without our help.

October 24, 2013  10:01 AM ET
QUOTE(#13):

I just don't get it!!! Why doesn't a team (LSU) kick these players like Brazil and Hill off the team "permanently", as they are repeat offenders.

Le Smiles has that same ol' SEC coaching philosophy the Urbanator subscribed to when he coached in Gainesville: Rehabilitation, not retribution.

Mornin', OT!

October 24, 2013  10:04 AM ET

Hold the presses, a LSU player arrested? This is the first I have ever heard of this???

October 24, 2013  10:20 AM ET
QUOTE(#15):

Le Smiles has that same ol' SEC coaching philosophy the Urbanator subscribed to when he coached in Gainesville: Rehabilitation, not retribution.Mornin', OT!

Y'know, in all fairness, I prefer the rehab philosophy - WHEN WARRANTED - and IMO repeat offenders do not warrant more chances.


First time stepping on your crank? OK, let's learn from it and shape up/fly right. Next time you find your azszz in a crack, the philosophy is "bye-bye".

October 24, 2013  10:36 AM ET
QUOTE(#17):

Y'know, in all fairness, I prefer the rehab philosophy - WHEN WARRANTED - and IMO repeat offenders do not warrant more chances. First time stepping on your crank? OK, let's learn from it and shape up/fly right. Next time you find your azszz in a crack, the philosophy is "bye-bye".

Agreed, Gator Robster. And I think any coach (at any level of play) that's worth his salt would employ this wisdom. Of course, the "Severe Clause" <DC knows what I'm alluding to> should be the result in those particular instances of misconduct.

October 24, 2013  10:54 AM ET

Where is LUS today? A juicy Tigah thread, and no LUS homer to be found. smh

 
October 24, 2013  11:10 AM ET
QUOTE(#15):

Le Smiles has that same ol' SEC coaching philosophy the Urbanator subscribed to when he coached in Gainesville: Rehabilitation, not retribution.Mornin', OT!

GTH, good morning to you too. Yeah there is a thread on former Oregon tight end Colt Lyerla being arrested by Lane County's Interagency Narcotics Team on Wednesday for unlawful possession of cocaine and interfering with a police officer. Damn I'm sure glad that Oregon kicked this idiot off the team a few weeks ago!!

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