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Former LSU running back Jeremy Hill was mic'd up during the AFC Wild Card game last Saturday between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Unfortunately, the mic caught his reaction after he fumbled late in the fourth quarter which gave the ball back to the Steelers with a chance to win the game.

After the fumble, Pittsburgh marched down the field with the help of some penalties by the Bengals defense and the Steelers were able to kick the game winning field goal.

Here was Hill's reaction on the sideline:

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He really dishonored LSU with that fumble.
Reply77 months
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"I stand behind JH32."
Better that, than too his side, so you don't get suckerpunched.
Reply77 months
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His knee was down. It wasn't a fumble. Replay didn't have the courage to reverse the call.
Reply77 months
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I stand behind JH32.
Reply77 months
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He fumbled 4 times all year, don't see that as a big problem, the timing on his last one was not very good...but without JH32 Bengals may not have been in that position...
Reply77 months
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What is he supposed to do? He probably felt super low. NO is an acceptable chant at that point.

Reply77 months
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Better than profanity laced tirades we've become accustomed to.
Reply77 months
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Well That was weird
Reply77 months
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Allow me to transcribe... "Noooooo... NoooOOOooo... No No NO NO NOOOOO..."
Reply78 months
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if he did anything different he'd be called a pos thug. Can't win with you folks
Reply78 months
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Da Fuq? He looks/sounds like my 3yo daughter when I tell her "no."
Reply78 months
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Expected more cursing and less moaning.
Reply78 months
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That's too bad. Had lots of potential just couldn't get the fumbling issue handled
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