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Andre Broussard/ Special to The Daily Advertiser / USA TODAY NETWORK
New LSU offensive coordinator Mike Denbrock spoke with the media after practice on Tuesday and talked about the quarterback competition this spring. Here's what he had to say:

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tigerpawl23 months
Listen up... there is no competition for the starter in Game #1. It will be 5th-year Senior Myles Brennan. Clear?
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the LSUSaint23 months
No clear #1 means that someone learning is rising. You know what you have with older guys...new blood is pushing....translation--Howard
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Bayoubengal20523 months
If any of the QB’s can beat out Brennan, I have no worries. Because the last time I saw Brennan run the offense, his numbers were eclipsing Joe Burrow’s numbers. I think a lot of people have forgotten how good Brennan can be. Got to be pretty darn good to beat him out.
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Tiger on the Rag23 months
I agree 100%. The only thing negative that I remember about Brennan is his pocket awareness. If he has learned to sidestep and step up in the pocket and keep his eyes down feel then he could be the SEC quarterback of the year.
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Wgregbodine23 months
I agree with Tiger on the Rag, His inability to read defenses and a porous offensive line makes the offense incompatible to pocket passers.
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abellsujr23 months
I hope Myles sticks around so we can actually see him play. It’s definitely looking like we are in the early stages and won’t know anything for a long time.
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BayouBengal9923 months
It’s too bad that Howard is a freshman. That kid is going to be the future QB at LSU. Even with his injury, reports are that he’s got the IT factor. Sees things quickly, has a cannon, accurate, moves well in the pocket and throws a catchable ball. He’s not afraid to let the WRs go up and catch the ball and puts the ball in a spot that only the WR has a chance to catch it. He just needs experience. I like his chances if the other experienced QBs don’t develop further.
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wadewilson23 months
Is that the same IT factor that Max Johnson has?
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the LSUSaint23 months
He is the one. His injury is and was a complete non factor entering Spring. He's single handedly keeping them from naming a starter because of his progress. That's why it's "continued into summer" I would imagine after a talk, Nuss will transfer out before summer...or st least 1 upper classmates will
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BK has used 2 QBs before: Everett Golston & Tommy Rees, Malik Zaire & Deshone Kizer come to mind. I’ll bet MB starts & JD has his own package of plays
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JackHuntQB23 months
My prediction is MB will start and JD will play in certain situations.
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saintforlife123 months
2 QB = 5 loss season and 5th place in the SEC West. Hell no!
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Broyota223 months
Forgot you had such a prestigious head coaching reputation.
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ChicageauxDave23 months
Ever heard of Flynn and Perriloux?
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Dcurry8023 months
Leak and Tebow say hi
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BlackAngus23 months
Please no 2 QB system.
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ColdTurkey23 months
Worked in ‘07.
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Fonzarelli23 months
Here comes JD
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