Tigers practice for second day, Harris shines
BATON ROUGE - The LSU football team was back at work on Friday morning for their second day of workouts.
The veterans took the field for about two hours, of which media was allowed to see about thirty minutes, or almost twice as much as they saw on Thurday.
Both Tiger quarterbacks threw the ball to receivers in a passing drill, and sophomore Brandon Harris looked sharp in the drills while junior Anthony Jennings struggled to find his targets on multiple occasions.
Watch the attached clip for more from Friday's practice session and tune in tonight to hear from the LSU players on our 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. sportscasts.
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