Before the Auburn game in 2011, Honey Badger was suspended. And what did Miles say then? It's an internal matter. Same thing here.
In less than a month, TCU and LSU will open their 2013 football campaigns against one another at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The Horned Frogs will be without All-Big defensive end Devonte Fields who’s been suspended by head coach Gary Patterson for a violation of team rules. The Tigers, on the other hand, might have running back Jeremy Hill on the field despite the fact that he was recently in court for his second arrest.
While a game suspension is possible, Les Miles has already allowed his team to take a vote on Hill’s return. Naturally, they unanimously approved giving him a third chance.
“My whole team would vote Devonte to be back on the team because they all want to win. That doesn’t teach life lessons…
I’m sure if it was some kind of opponent they’d beat by 100 points, they wouldn’t have a vote.”
Again, a game suspension is still possible for Hill. But Miles suggestion that his punishment will be handled internally suggests that he’ll play versus TCU. It would be rather external if everyone saw him on the bench in Arlington later this month.