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Ed Orgeron was 104.5 ESPN's "Off the Bench" Tuesday morning and talked about quarterback Myles Brennan who will finally take charge of LSU's offense in 2020 as a starter.

Here's what he had to say:
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"He has sat patiently... him and his family," Orgeron said. "They have believed in LSU. I told them we believe in Myles. Now it's his time."

"We believe that he is very talented but there are some things that he has to get better at but Joe (Burrow) had to get better his first year too and continue to grow. Like I said before, all we want is the best Myles Brennan and that's going to be good enough for us.


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AugieDog48 months
Tiger family.......I like Myles a lot and I’d like to seem him succeed as I think most of us would , I need this young man to have better pocket awareness ans better touch on his passes .
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rob6248 months
Well we all hope he responds to your needs.
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Srobi1448 months
ok coach
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LSUbest48 months
He's real good! We are set!
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AustinKnight48 months
I just wanna see more touch on screens. If he can we will be deadly
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WhiskeyPlease48 months
He tend to stare down Receivers hopefully that has been addressed.
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keitron148 months
Yeah Whutevs, true freshmen Johnson or Finley starting if we want make it to playoffs again
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rob6248 months
Finley is a project my man. At best. Some of don't know anything about what you are talking about. Brennan is a top quality QB and anybody who thinks a QB right out of high school is going to understand the offense and start at LSU is just kidding himself.
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iamandykeim48 months
based on what exactly?
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oneg8rh8r48 months
Earlier in the year, his passes were to open receivers that were all but stationary and squatting on routes. As the year progressed, he was hitting them more in stride and even throwing them open. I think he will be a better than average QB, especially with the talent he is throwing to, but he won't be a JB. But in his defense, NOBODY has or probably will be for some time.
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Muahahaha48 months
Do you all feel he will be as good as Joe Burrow?
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Shiftyplus148 months
no.
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lovinLSU48 months
As a freshman..No...as a Junior with 3 years under his belt... YES
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biglego48 months
I’ll never see any LSU QB as good as Burrow
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Chalkywhite8448 months
Holds the ball like Peyton manning
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arcalades48 months
throws like superman
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Jabontik48 months
Eats breakfast like a fricking champ
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LSUsince7448 months
11-1. It will happen
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HC8748 months
Poised. Knows where he wants to go with the ball and delivers a strike. Not afraid to pull it down and get some yards. Add Chase, Marshall, McMath, Palmer, Price, Emery, Curry, Gilbert, and the rest. We are going to move the chains and score some points.
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panzer48 months
I'm so ready
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brett40848 months
That and not a single pass was completed to a first stringer
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TheCaterpillar48 months
Favorite part of that highlight film is all of the quantity of backup QB highlights we have against SEC opponents
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BayouBengal9948 months
Yea but those passes were accurate and he was still under pressure during those accurate throws so that’s promising no matter who he’s playing. That type of accuracy with the arm strength is a gift. He could be slightly more calm in the pocket but he used it well and delivered strikes. I would work on that a lot this offseason, as well as throwing while on the run under pressure. Like the above said, he’s throwing to our second and third string also.
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