Former St. Stanislaus QB impressing LSU OC
When Myles Brennan reopened his recruitment following his senior season, LSU was in search of its next offensive coordinator. Once Matt Canada filled that vacancy, the former St. Stanislaus quarterback was back on board with the Tigers.
The Tigers have always been on board with their true freshman, who’s done nothing but impress ever since arriving in Baton Rouge. On Monday, Brennan was officially awarded the backup job at QB, losing out to fifth year senior Danny Etling.
Eventually, the time will come for the former Rock-A-Chaw, who continues to draw high praise from Coach Canada. “Myles first time in Tiger Stadium and obviously how awesome is it to get to play in Tiger Stadium? And he had big eyes, he made some plays, probably missed some plays. I thought he made a tremendous jump Saturday with his play. He looks calmer, he looks more in charge of the offense and that’s what you would expect. I mean his curve is going faster because he’s just getting started and I think he’ll keep working at it. But really, really pleased with what he’s done and he’s an awesome, awesome guy.”
During his time at SSC, Brennan broke the all-time records for career passing yards and touchdowns in Mississippi.