BATON ROUGE — It doesn’t sound like LSU’s newest starting quarterback, Brandon Harris, is about to let his recent promotion go to his head.
“I’m a freshman. I still make bonehead mistakes,” Harris said. “You’re going to have hurdles when you’re a freshman. I don’t think everybody understands that.”
Coach Les Miles understands it well, though, and that was a reason Harris spent the first five games in a backup role for the 15th-ranked Tigers.
Lately, however, Harris has outperformed sophomore Anthony Jennings, and Miles has decided that LSU’s first Southeastern Conference road game at fifth-ranked Auburn this Saturday is the right time