On his latest visit home for Memorial Day weekend, Hill and a female friend ventured out on Lake Pontchartrain on a personal watercraft without life vests Sunday night. The two ended up falling off the watercraft in an area of swirling currents near where a major shipping canal runs into the lake.
While the woman survived by grabbing a piling and holding onto it until she was rescued, the 24-year-old Hill, who friends described as a good swimmer, drifted away and disappeared until searchers pulled his body from the water on Monday afternoon, about 17 hours after the accident.
This is a really tragic story and drowning deaths always turn my stomach slightly. May the man rest in peace and condolences to his family.
The Wisdom of Homsar: Let's sing a song of Pennzoil!
Well, they did take Julius Jones from Notre Dame at 44. Not a real strong RB draft, but you would have thought Parcells would have taken something better than Jones. As for Giants, I could bitch about it, but Manning is who we've got.