Monday September 22nd, 2014

LSU head coach Les Miles told reporters Monday that he thinks true freshman quarterback Brandon Harris deserves more playing time.

On Saturday, No. 8 LSU lost to unranked Mississippi State, 34-29.

• RICKMAN: Dak Prescott leads Mississippi State to win in Death Valley

Quarterback Anthony Jennings started the game, but left with LSU trailing 34-16 in the fourth quarter after he was sacked. Jennings completed 13 of 26 passes with no touchdowns or interceptions. Harris completed six of nine passes for 140 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.

LSU is 3-1 and plays New Mexico State on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET.

• STAPLES: Bulldogs make noise in SEC West

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