Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
LSU injured quarterback Myles Brennan could return at some point this season, head coach Ed Orgeron said on Wednesday.

Orgeron didn't want to speculate as to when exactly Brennan could return as he just got over the pain from the injury but they are hopeful he can start throwing in a month and possibly return midseason.

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Myles' career at LSU, for all intents and purposes, is over. If I were Myles, I would sit out the whole year to qualify for a medical redshirt and then hit the portal in early January.
Reply29 days
Unless Max just hoses it and they need Myles to come back ASAP, yes he is absolutely done at LSU. No way if Max shines this season will Myles be able to come back and start.
26 days
Times have changed. I remember when Archie Manning played with a cast on his arm. Of course, that may have been out of necessity, as Ole Miss may not have had a good selection of QBs to back him up. LSU still won, though.
Reply30 days
Not all broken arms are the same chief!
30 days
They don’t make them like they use to, kids are way softer nowadays
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Reply30 days
I don’t think he’ll ever play for LSU again.
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Medical Redshirt?
Reply30 days
He’s going to be 30 playing at LsU.
30 days
Really hope this works out for him. Loyal Tiger.
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