Les Miles comments on quarterback situation

LSU Tigers head coach Les Miles recently spoke about his team’s current quarterback situation with Anthony Jennings and Brandon Harris.

Will there be a two-quarterback system in place again or will one of the men be able to distance himself from the competition to become the clear-cut starter in Baton Rouge?

Miles said that he would like for one of the quarterbacks to distance themselves from the other, but he remains open to playing both.

Last season, Jennings threw for 1,611 yards and 11 touchdowns.

Harris added 452 yards and six touchdowns.

For the sake of chemistry on offense, it would benefit the Tigers to find one quarterback to lead the way. However, if they end up splitting reps, it will be hard to criticize the strategy as long as it pays off on the field.

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