LSU reports to camp
Baton Rouge - The LSU Tigers reported for fall camp on Wednesday as Les Miles spoke with the media about starting his 11th season with the team.
The subjects varied widely in Miles pre-camp press conference from the defensive line (Miles says he's not worried about the departures of Maquedius Bain or Trey Lealaimatafao) to ever-present quarterback discussion.
Miles said he wasn't sure how Anthony Jennings' time away from the team (arrested in late June, suspended through last week) would affect his play, but noted he'll find out starting Thursday when the team begins camp.
Miles also wouldn't say whether Brandon Harris extra reps during the summer would help him overtake Jennings for the starting quarterback spot.
The Tigers have fall camp until August 20: they open the season against McNeese State on September 5.
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