LSU Associate Athletic Director/Communications Michael Bonnette had the following write up on the Tigers second scrimmage of Spring Practice. Per

LSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS: For Immediate Release - March 22, 2018


BATON ROUGE – The LSU offense had a big day on Thursday as head coach Ed Orgeron put the Tigers through their second scrimmage of the spring here in Tiger Stadium.

Thursday’s workout was a situational scrimmage and consisted of LSU working on a variety of situations including short-yardage, third-down opportunities, first downs, red zone, and goal line. The scrimmage marked LSU’s sixth practice of the spring and also served as the final workout before LSU takes next week off for spring break.

“I thought the offense had a tremendous day,” Orgeron said after the scrimmage. “The quarterbacks made tremendous improvement today and it was due to the protection of the offensive line. I thought the offensive line did a good job of protecting (the quarterback). It wasn’t perfect but we made tremendous improvements.”

Overall, LSU’s three quarterbacks combined to complete 25-of-45 passes for 431 yards and three touchdowns with only one interception. Myles Brennan led the way by connecting on 12-of-16 attempts for 224, yards and a pair of TDs, including an 80-yard scoring strike to Racey McMath.

Junior Justin McMillan had another solid outing, completing 7-of-15 passes for 169 yards and one touchdown, while Lowell Narcisse was 6-of-14 for 38 yards.

“Myles had his best day today and Justin had his best day (last) Saturday,” Orgeron said. “Lowell continues to improve. We don’t even have our total offense in. This (quarterback competition) is going to go all throughout camp and we will announce a quarterback at the end of camp unless one is the clear winner. Right now, I don’t see that.

“We need to put a lot more of our offense in to see what they can do. We need to put them into the fire.” Read more.

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This comes out suspiciously soon after we just heard the offense has been sputtering against the D
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