Several SEC teams held team media days today, and that’s official kickoff for their fall camp.

The dominant theme of the day for LSU is the quarterback battle between Anthony Jennings and Brandon Harris, and Les Miles said there is no timetable or a target date for a decision either.

“Never,” Miles said, via “Never have, never will. We’ll have to see each day how they proceed and how things go.”

Harris and Jennings will resume their spring battle that was never really solved, and they’ll each take turns during split-squad practices.

“One day one quarterback will work with the morning group and the next day with the afternoon group,” he said. “We’ll go back and forth for two practices, those first four will be helmet, helmet, shells (shoulder pads) and shells. Both guys get a chance at a helmet and shell practice with the first and second center.”

Both Jennings and Harris went through spring practice. Jennings has the experience, and Harris has the upside and amazing potential.

It sounds like Coach Miles is willing to wait to see which signal caller has more of a signature moment that sets himself apart in order to name the starter.

“Maturity is the whole deal for both of them,” Miles said. “Recognizing the style of throw, the kind of play, seeing them understand what we’re trying to get accomplished, how we’re attacking a defense. Both guys have a good solid base premise. It’s going to be that time in the game where you have the opportunity to extend the play, and make a play, their self interpretation, at some point, will be the criteria by which you pick the starter.”

Can you imagine if LSU rolls into Houston to play Wisconsin starting true freshmen at quarterback and running and two different freshmen at wide receiver? It could happen, assuming Harris beats out Jennings, Fournette lives up to the hype and Malachi Dupree and Trey Quinn impress in fall camp.

Two missing to start fall camp

Two notable players are missing to start fall camp: safety Jalen Mills and freshman defensive tackle Travonte Valentine. Valentine is waiting on the NCAA Clearinghouse to let him enroll.

Communication has been regular, us and the high school,” Miles said about Valentine. “The reality is the high school and the Clearinghouse have to communicate. I think they’re doing that, I think they’re trying. Sometimes there’s easy answers and sometimes not. Hopefully this will be an easy answer.”

Mills remains suspended after being arrested in May for second-degree battery.