LSU football spring game
BATON ROUGE - True freshman Brandon Harris threw three touchdown passes and ran for a fourth in LSU's spring football game on Saturday, completing the Tigers spring season in style.
Fellow quarterback Anthony Jennings had a tougher day at the office, throwing two interceptions that were returned for touchdowns, but Tigers head coach Les Miles said the results were, "not ready to be defining in any way."
Harris was actually the top rusher with 77 yards on just 6 carries and team White beat team Purple 42-14.
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