Chris Parent (@chrisparent)/LSU Athletics
LSU quarterback Myles Brennan sent out this simple tweet after the Ed Orgeron news broke on Sunday...

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Did any of the other 12th-year seniors comment?
Reply1 month
Myles needs to transfer. Starting SEC quarterbacks should be smart enough and coordinated enough to not break their arm walking on a boat dock.
Reply1 month
Why would Myles want to be apart of a rebuild at this point in his career. Of course he’s not happy about this. All these so called LSU fans thinking that firing O is going to lift some curse. What if firing O is the beginning of the curse. There is no guarantee that this is the right move, but the fans, boosters, and woke culture have forced the hand to make this move. Hoping for the best, but nervous for the future. LSU been looking for the next Saban since he got away, we will never find another Saban. Grass isn’t always greener y’all.
Reply1 month
And they’ve already started to decomit and transfer
1 month
And as soon as LSU hires a decent head coach those so called “commitments” will come back.
1 month
Heard the same thing when Miles was let go, and what happened? We won another championship. And where is Miles, that amazing coach that we were going to regret firing?
1 month
Typical response from someone in this generation. You got something to say use your words and post it. Don’t be a p*say and use a cartoon emoji- the use of which is open to interpretation. You got something to say, say it.
Reply1 month
Hey O take Myles with you!!!!
Reply1 month
Probably time to move on from “Mr. Glass” too.
Reply1 month
Enjoy filling out that transfer paper work and your new F 250. Later.
Reply1 month
Eff all y’all who think this child who prioritizes fishing and hunting over football as having a right to an opinion. Kid clearly loves the outfits more than the game. Nothing wrong with that but just be honest.
1 month
Outdoors*
1 month
Aw canebreak, did I hurt your feelings? You still mad, trumper?
1 month
Players always do this. they get so attached to these men that they lose sight of what's best for the program. They leave and go on to whatever else after 4-5 years but the program remains
Reply1 month
right, since the fans not more about what is best for them and the program than they do.
1 month
Is this considered news?
Reply1 month
Drizzt
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I don’t blame any of these guys for leaving now. LSU administration has no loyalty.
Reply1 month
No one should be loyal to mediocrity.
1 month
It's a business. He produced tremendously in 2019 and then the production fell off to 1 game over .500 in the last season and a half. That's not a lot of wins for 8-9 million dollars per year.
1 month
the LSU administration should only be loyal to the long term health of the LSU football program, not loyal to any individual. LSU pays O many millions of dollars. With that, come huge expectations. They weren't close to being met these last two year, so time to move on. Rational people know this.
1 month
To think there won’t be player attrition following a coaching change is naive. However, bring Fickell in and LSU finally has a coach, besides the midget, in the past 25 years that’s not a cartoon character. Even the midget himself said leaving LSU was the worst coaching decision he ever made.
Reply1 month
I say ... the portals open.
Reply1 month
Is that his way of telling us he’s considering the transfer portal?
Reply1 month
Myles Brennan will not be missed. Someone sneezes in his direction and he gets injured.
1 month
Bye!
1 month
Maybe simple but not clear. What’s he actually think?
Reply1 month
Give the kid a break. He’s simply being overly loyal to a guy he respects. Geaux fighting tigers.
1 month
He’s thinking me fishing in flip flops and breaking my arm might have led to this man, who I respect, get fired!!
1 month
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