LSU coach Les Miles has not named a starting quarterback for the team's Aug. 30 season opener against Wisconsin, but he said Monday that both true freshman Brandon Harris and sophomore Anthony Jennings will play.
Harris, who enrolled early and participated in spring workouts, was rated the No. 5 dual threat quarterback in the class of 2014 by the recruiting website Rivals.com.
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Jennings appeared in nine games last season and started LSU's 21-14 win over Iowa in the Outback bowl after leading a 99-yard, game-winning drive in the team's regular season finale against Arkansas.
LSU is ranked No. 13 in the preseason AP Poll.
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