After a chat with the LSU Tiger Football Staff on Monday, the now former quarterback Myles Brennan announced that he will be stepping away from the program.
With the quarterback competition between multiple players, Head Coach Brian Kelly and others sat down with the sixth-year veteran and told him he would not be the starting quarterback leading to the senior to leave the program.
Brennan was going into his sixth year with the Tigers and now finishes his time with the program playing in twenty games for the Tigers and starting in three. The Bay St. Louis native suffered two season ending injuries in 2020 and 2021 with hopes to have started this coming year after coming out of the transfer portal.
He caps his career having thrown for 1,712 yards and 13 touchdowns.
“We are grateful to Myles for everything he has done for LSU Football.,” LSU coach Brian Kelly said. “Myles is a great leader who has made a tremendous impact on this program, and he has earned the respect of everyone here through his commitment and love for LSU.
“Myles has always embodied the traits required to fulfill our mission to graduate champions, and we have full confidence those traits will help him succeed at every step in his journey as he moves forward.”
Brennan graduated from LSU in May of 2021 with his degree in Sports Administration.