Magee sprains ankle, qbs throw for 300 yards in LSU scrimmage
BATON ROUGE - Les Miles said aside from typical bumps and bruises, the only injury of note at LSU's first spring football scrimmage was an ankle sprain to running back Terrence Magee, the Tigers top returning rusher.
Miles said he doesn't know how long Magee will be out, but he did say that the rest of the scrimmage went well with "measured" battles between the offensive and defensive line.
He also said that quarterbacks Anthony Jennings and Brandon Harris combined for "about 300" yards passing.
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