Myles Brennan, the LSU quarterback, has announced his intention to step down from the team. After he was not announced as the Tigers’ starting quarterback this year.
He was a 2020 season LSU player and then got hurt. His injury has kept him out of the sport for the past two years. Check out the top sports betting sites for betting on College Football.
“Tiger Nation, Over the last five years, I have given all of my body, heart, and soul to LSU Football. Playing for LSU has been a dream come true. Wearing the purple and gold, running Into Death Valley, winning a national championship, and starting at quarterback for the LSU Tigers – what more could a kid ask for? I will never forget the time I’ve spent and the memories I have made here.
To the players who have suited up alongside me, to the coaches who recruited, signed, and developed me; to the training staff who has cared for me, to the support staff who has provided everything I needed to compete at the highest level and continue my education: and to the fans who cheered for me every step of the way: thank you.”
Head coach of LSU, Brian Kelly, had the following to say, according to ESPN:
“We are grateful to Myles for everything he has done for LSU Football,” LSU coach Brian Kelly said in a statement. “Myles is a great leader who has made a tremendous impact on this program, and he has earned the respect of everyone here through his commitment and love for LSU.
It’s going to be interesting to see how LSU does this season. With Brian Kelly taking on a new job at LSU after coaching at Notre Dame, the Tigers are hoping to be one of the best teams in college football.
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