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LSU Quarterback Brandon Harris: "I Expect To Play More This Year"

Brandon Harris speaks during press conference.

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To be frank, LSU's quarterback situation in 2014 was not great. Anthony Jennings played most of the snaps for the Tigers, but finished with just 1,611 yards, 11 touchdowns, seven interceptions, and a poor completion percentage of 48.9. Freshman Brandon Jennings also spent some time under center, and had slightly better numbers (55.6% completion, 10.04 yards per attempt, six touchdowns to two interceptions), but after a very poor game at Auburn, he was benched.

Harris was asked about his expectations for the upcoming season, and he was pretty blunt about the subject of playing time.

Neither quarterback shined last year, but outside of the Auburn game, Harris looked pretty good. LSU will certainly be a quarterback battle to watch as we approach the 2015 season.