Zach Mettenberger’s injury at the end of the 2013 season opened the door for then freshman Anthony Jennings. Jennings was impressive in a 99 yard TD drive to lead LSU over Arkansas. On the flip side, he struggled in the Outback Bowl against Iowa going 7 of 19 for 82 yards and throwing an untimely pick. Having seen good and bad from Jennings, he entered spring as the most likely candidate to take over at QB for LSU in 2014.
Early in spring camp, true freshman early enrollee Brandon Harris, who was one of the top QBs in the 2014 class, started making waves. Just two practices in, Harris and Jennings were already embroiled in a tight competition.
This past Saturday, in LSU’s spring game, Harris took a step forward…….
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