Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
Here is what ESPN had to say about LSU quarterback situation in this 'At first glance: SEC Week 5' article:

Storyline to watch: LSU’s quarterbacks
Anthony Jennings and Brandon Harris battled for the starting job all offseason and Jennings won the competition, but Saturday night’s relief performance by Harris against Mississippi State raised a few eyebrows. Jennings, a sophomore, was 13-of-26 for 157 yards but left the game with an injury. Harris, a true freshman, entered in the fourth quarter to give the LSU offense a lift and rally the team back into the ballgame in the final minutes, going 6-of-9 for 140 yards and two scores. Was it simply a case of Harris taking advantage of LSU’s hurry-up offense at the time while the Bulldogs enjoyed a seemingly-comfortable lead or is it a sign of things to come for Harris? Should the Tigers change quarterbacks? Will Harris see more time playing time, even if the Tigers don’t make the change? This will be an interesting situation to monitor.
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NCDet4U115 months
If the hurry-up offense helped, we should run it often.
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TriangleTiger2003115 months
This story reminds me of the hype around that true freshman QB last season that came in late in the game and went 4-of-6 passing, threw for 76 yards, rushed twice for 23 yards and engineered a game winning 99 yard drive. Everyone was high on him after that game. What happened to him?
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