LSU’s quarterback battle has reignited — at least that’s what it seems.
Freshman Brandon Harris deserves more playing time after his performance late in the loss to Mississippi State, coach Les Miles said Monday during his weekly news conference.
“He earned some more playing time without question, and he earned some more consideration at quarterback,” Miles said. “He makes a case for Brandon Harris at quarterback.”
Harris, a highly rated dual-threat from Bossier City, threw for 140 yards and two touchdowns on 6-of-9 passing after entering with less than four minutes left in the 34-29 loss to now-No. 14 Mississippi State.