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SEC coaches working to keep players on best behavior

Posted: July 20, 2013 at 2:25 a.m.

In this file photo, former LSU college football running back Jeremy Hill walks out of arraignment at the 19th Judicial District Courthouse in Baton Rouge, La. The legal problems of current and former SEC players from ex-Florida and NFL tight end Aaron Hernandez to LSUs Jeremy Hill has cast a negative light on the league that has won seven consecutive national championships. Coaches in the conference say they have to weigh a players talent vs. trouble in or out of the locker room.

The legal problems of current and former SEC players — from ex-Florida and NFL tight end Aaron Hernandez to LSU running back Jeremy Hill — cast a negative light on the league that has won seven consecutive national championships.

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Sports, Pages 19 on 07/20/2013

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