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Myles come back brah! Finish what you started. I will even get you a pair of Sperry's for the boat.
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Good luck young man.
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If I were Brennan, I would look at Vanderbilt. Free ride from a marquis university.
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He was the epitome of patience and waiting his turn and even as things didn’t work out here, the trials that he went through will pay off elsewhere. He’ll always be a tiger to me
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Class act !!! Definitely not one of the "quitters" that are MORE CONCERNED about their draft status. He wants to play !!
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So he can quit in the middle of the year and not called a quitter. Yet orettt much anyone else that would do this , y’all would be saying they quit on their team in the middle of the season .
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Thanks for being a Tiger!
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Thank you Myles for all of your hard work
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Best of luck to you, young man! You’re a class act.
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5 years of support? Just how many years of eligibility did this young man get? haha
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Bye Bye Glass Joe
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“Forever LSU......until I transfer”
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I have no issue with the guy transferring. New coach who owes him nothing and wasnt here when he got injured playing. Not like he came in and couldn't win the job and is now quitting on the team.
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No idlewatcher, Myles deserves to try and get some playing time somewhere. He has sat, worked, studied, and was our QB in 2020 and would've been this year if he hadn't been injured both years. He sees the writing on the wall that a new staff and Max's experience that the future is with Max. So he needs to find some reps elsewhere. The kid is talented and deserves to move on without the LSU fan base dogging him. Best of Luck Myles.
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Yeah, I don't get it. Why say "Forever LSU", then transfer to a school that may play LSU. Then what does he do?
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My wishes for this kid is that he hooks up with a team in need of a quality quarterback much like LSU needed Burrow, and he has a tremendous year that brings him relevance to the NFL scouts. Would have loved seeing him play his final year here after all he's been through but completely understand his decision. Hopefully, the NFL awaits this kid's arrival!
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Was so excited when he committed. Hope he makes an nfl team
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NFL? Seriously?
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This is best for both Brennan and LSU.
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He fought off the supernatural, the ghosts that shoved him down the stairs and the old Civil War generals, in full regalia, that stood over his bed watching him sleep. No, really, his mom said: The property — the one she’s standing on right now, on this sun-splashed Wednesday — is haunted, and the house was, too.
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WTF?
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Is that you, Bijon?
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Love Myles and how loyal he has been. I understand why he is moving on considering the QB situation presently.
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You people who say Myles is wrong to leave or just crazy. The kid gave LSU everything he had but he never got a chance to play. He is now down to one season of eligibility and most of you thought that Max was the better QB. I always thought Myles was the best passer we ever had, even better than Joe. Yes, there were parts of his game he needed to work on but he would have made us better the last two years if had been healthy. Good luck Myles, I appreciate you and wish you the best!
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I hate to see anyone leave unless they are a cancer, and he is not!!!! Blame this on the portal! It's the way to escape. He is not a "straight bitch".
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Dude is a straight bitch
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was Burrow a straight bitch too - because he transferred, you know.
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Do not feed the doosh
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I hope none of these young men who "opt out" or quit their team are never in a fox hole with me. We've become a society of instant gratification. I realize some circumstances call for moving on, but most do not. The NCAA has opened up a can of worms with this transfer stuff and name, image, likeness crap.
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NCAA = the new Woke Movement.
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do you feel the same about Joe Burrow for "quitting" Ohio State?
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