LSU's Hill expects to be better vs. Alabama
BATON ROUGE- As Jeremy Hill prepares for this week's eagerly awaited visit to top-ranked Alabama, the LSU running back is spending considerable time reflecting on his performance in last year's memorable clash.
Hill was disappointed with himself, despite rushing for 107 yards and a touchdown.
He says he lacked discipline and trust in his teammates on a few key runs in which he lost yardage by giving up on the play design.
LSU lost a lead in the final minute of a 21-17 setback, and Hill still dwells on a 3-yard loss that helped stall a drive during which LSU could have run out the clock with one more first down.
He pledges to be more disciplined when No. 10 LSU meets the Crimson Tide on Saturday night.
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