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Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
Quarterback Myles Brennan might be able to return to the team during LSU's bye week just before the Alabama game on November 6, according to Ed Orgeron.


Brennan had surgery after breaking his non-throwing arm on August 1 just before fall camp started. He was seen throwing on the field during pregame warmup vs. McNeese State last weekend.


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Pretty Girl Brennan isn’t playing again.
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He fat.
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Why does LSU always have the Lowest IQ Coaches in the entire SEC? (e.g. Les Miles, Ed Orgeron, etc.)
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Both won Natties, so keep ‘em comin’.
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So Ed won’t be here to see him return awe shucks
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Time for this Hack "Coach O" to go. This is literally the first time an LSU game isn't even available online. The guy is insanely overpaid.
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By that time the season is 3/4 over, so what's the point? Dude isn't starting against Bama his very first game back.
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Like it really matters if hes "healthy" and ready to play? He will just get hurt again. Hes a fragile guy and cant hold up as a qb in the sec.
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Myles trying to get that Will Wade figure.
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Baw is on the Mack Jones diet plan.
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Ahhhh, the start of a beer belly, and he's only 30 yr old...
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He got fat ??
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Yeah rush him back so he can get killed behind this terrible oline.
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I never thought I’d ever see Brennan with a double chin
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Can he come back (aftter sitting out yet another year) while waiting for woody to get a coach up in here?
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Yeah. He still has his COVID year…
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Ole baw got thick as a tick ay. Not sure when the pic was taken but he put on some weight! Gonna need it with this weak arse OLine and he comes back vs bama
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Remember what a big deal they made about trying to fatten up the skinny kid in his first 2-3 years, well it finally worked.
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Who gives a frick? Unless he can coach it’s worthless. We don’t lack talent.
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Damn Big Worm
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Put a friggin soft cast on him and get his arse back out there ASAP.
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Hopefully he can go through reads better than Max.
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‘Go through reads better than Max’ U cant be serious, LOL! With the softest O-Line I’ve ever seen at LSU it doesn’t matter who the QB is, whoever it is will be lucky to have enuf time to find the Primary target.
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Heard he has a bass trip planned Sunday, just saying.
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Good for him. He’s a college student not slave labor
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I’m bringing the beer
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I'm all in on Brennan, IF he can run from trouble and get positive yards doing it. He was too slow in what I saw last year.
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