LSU's No.1 quarterback spot uncertain again
BATON ROUGE - Which LSU quarterback holds the title of starter is uncertain again.
After naming Brandon Harris the starter a week ago, coach Les Miles now wants to observe Harris and season-opening starter Anthony Jennings "compete at practice" leading up to Saturday's game at Florida before assigning one of them to take first snaps.
Harris performed well in relief of Jennings earlier in the season, but compete only three of 14 passes for 58 yards in a 41-7 loss at Auburn and referred to his outing as "a nightmare." Jennings entered the game after Harris hurt his ankle, but was unable to lead any scoring drives.
Miles says Harris was healthy enough to practice Monday.
The Tigers will now try to avoid their first 0-3 start in Southeastern Conference play since 1999.
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