LSU's Hill gets new probation conditions

BATON ROUGE (AP) — LSU running back Jeremy Hill has met with a judge and received more restrictive conditions for his probation

in the wake of his recent arrest in a bar fight.

Hill was already on probation from a past

plea deal when he was arrested on April 27. Hillar Moore, East Baton

Rouge Parish

district attorney, says under new conditions set Tuesday by Judge

Bonnie Jackson, Hill must stay out of bars, seek substance

abuse counseling and adhere to a curfew from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Hill was LSU's leading rusher as a freshman in 2012. His arrest came after he was caught on a mobile phone video punching

a man outside a bar.

Defense lawyer Marci Blaize says there is more to what happened than what is on the video.