Harris makes a case to start with his play
BATON ROUGE - "Has Brandon Harris done enough to merit a start against Auburn?"
The question looms after Harris took the LSU Tigers on a scoring romp against New Mexico State, leading LSU to 7 consecutive scoring drives in the 63-7 win on Friday.
Anthony Jennings has presumably looked better than Harris in practice, but Harris has played well in every performance besides his 3-and-out against Wisconsin in the season opener.
We'll have to wait at least one more day to hear from Les Miles on whether he'll give the true freshman (22-30, 394 yards, 6 tds this year) a chance to lead the Tigers (4-1) from the outset against Auburn (4-0).
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