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LSU Tigers QB Myles Brennan will not play college football

By SHARIF

August 16, 2022

Miles Brennan, who started as quarterback for LSU at the start of the 2020 season, however, missed much of the previous two seasons with an injury and will not play faculty soccer

Brennan noted in a press release posted on social media that he is "stepping away from football." "I am eternally grateful for every opportunity I have been given

Miles Brennan, who started as quarterback for LSU at the start of the 2020 season, however, missed much of the previous two seasons with an injury and will not play faculty soccer

every second I have become a Tiger," he noted in the statement. "But, after five seasons, it's time to start a new chapter in my life."

Brennan was competing for the starting job with former Arizona State switch Jayden Daniels and sophomore Garrett Nussmeier.

We are grateful to Miles for all he has done for LSU football LSU coach Brian Kelly noted in the press release.

Miles is a good chief who has had an incredible impression on this program. He has earned the respect of everybody right here by way of his dedication and love for LSU.

We have every confidence that these attributes will help him succeed at every step of his journey as he moves forward."

Brennan briefly entered the final winter of the Switch Portal when former LSU coach Ed Orgeron was fired.

After Kelly was appointed to Notre Dame, he contacted Brennan and convinced him to return. An accomplished dual-threat quarterback,

Daniels threw six,025 yards and 32 touchdowns in three seasons as a starter for the Sun Devils. Brennan was the equal representative of Daniels.

Nussmeyer throughout LSU's spring game, with all three quarterbacks throwing touchdown passes. Born in Mississippi with household ties to New Orleans.

Brennan waited until he was a fourth-year junior to get a chance to start in 2020, becoming Joe Burrow, who won the Heisman Trophy

In three begins, Brennan threw 11 touchdowns and three interceptions. But he suffered a torn hamstring that ended his season early.

The following 12 months, he broke his left arm in a fishing accident. Max Johnson, who started for LSU's final season, transferred to Texas A&M in December.

LSU opens in New Orleans on September 4th, opposing Florida State.