BATON ROUGE, La. — LSU quarterback Myles Brennan, a fifth-year senior competing to regain the beginning job he misplaced to harm a season in the past, now wants surgical procedure to restore what coach Ed Orgeron referred to as a extreme left arm harm.
Brennan’s “timeline is but to be decided,” Orgeron stated. “Myles has achieved all the things we now have requested of him this summer season and was within the battle to be the beginning quarterback at LSU.”
Brennan’s harm to his non-throwing arm means sophomore Max Johnson, who went 2-0 as a starter late final season, will enter the beginning of fall camp Friday with the within monitor to begin LSU’s season opener Sept. 4 at UCLA.
Orgeron had stated he wouldn’t announce a starter till the week of the UCLA recreation, however left little doubt it could be both Brennan or Johnson.
Johnson accomplished 58.7% of his passes for 1,069 yards with eight touchdowns and one interception final season. He performed lots in reduction in a detailed loss at Texas A&M.
Johnson is extra of a twin risk than Brennan, having gained 119 yards with two TDs dashing.
Brennan performed in simply LSU’s first three video games in 2020, together with a lot of his third recreation with the stomach harm that compelled him to overlook the remainder of the season.
As a first-time starter the season after Joe Burrow led the Tigers to a nationwide title, Brennan accomplished 60.3% of his passes for 1,112 yards and 11 touchdowns with three interceptions.
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