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LSU quarterback Myles Brennan will dress out and practice on Wednesday afternoon for the first time since suffering a lower-body injury during the Missouri game on October 11, Ed Orgeron announced. Per The Advocate:

"Today he's going to practice a little bit for the first time," Orgeron said on the Southeastern Conference teleconference Wednesday. "We're going to give him some reps to see how he does, and then we'll take it day by day. But today will be the first time he actually practices with the team. He's going to be dressed in full gear. He's not going to take every rep. We're going to see how far he can go."
Orgeron said Monday that freshmen quarterbacks TJ Finely and Max Johnson will compete for the starting spot if Brennan is unable to play vs. Alabama in two weeks.
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