Per LSUSports.net: BATON ROUGE – LSU freshman quarterback Garrett Nussmeier found wide receiver Koy Moore from 4 yards out in the waning seconds of the 2021 National L Club LSU Spring Game presented by Tony Chachere's to secure the White team a 23-14 win over the Purple team on Saturday afternoon in Tiger Stadium.

LSU's four quarterbacks combined for 512 yards in passing offense as they rotated between the two teams and combined for four touchdowns. Senior Myles Brennan completed 12-of-20 attempts for 116 yards with one touchdown pass. Sophomore Max Johnson was 11-of-17 passing for 180 yards and a game-high two touchdown passes, while sophomore TJ Finley was 10-of-18 for 84 yards. Nussmeier finished 15-for-25 passing for 132 yards and the final touchdown pass of the game.

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Like to see Arik Gilbert come back
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No idea who Nick Demas is, but great for him. He will have stories to tell his grandchildren about his time in Tiger Stadium.
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Glad LSU’s real bread and butter sport has signs of life. Fully expect some covid discount TAF fees so this fall looks promising at least going in
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7-5 at best with those QBs
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Wow. Incedible.
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They are loaded at WB. I hope they have packages for everyone. All of the QB’s are capable. Packages with Garrett Nussmeier’s skill set would give Saban a fit.
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Correction: QB, not WB.
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The spring game was a hint that this team is organized and the defense has stepped up from last year. The whole event seemed well managed, evidence that the program is making the required transition from the `Bo` year. Geaux Tigers.
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I still think Myles is getting first shot
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Yeah, Myles looked as if he will be regaining his starting position.
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Max is the clear cut starter for this offense. Now im convinced.
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It seems like Finley is the odd man out in the rotation. Most people think he will transfer and he probably will. Someone will get a good quarterback if they develop him right. I would hate to see him go, but he deserves a shot somewhere and I will pull for him to be successful if he goes.
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Well said
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nicholls state or UL
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The kid has a great arm, he fired some lasers out there Saturday. His problem is staring down WR's, he threw passes that turned into INT's that he just shouldn't have thrown. I still think he can turn it around if Peetz gets him to work on his mistakes, he needs to study the film and recognize what he's doing wrong.
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