Myles Brennan is looking for a new program after announcing his intention to leave LSU, and one Big Ten program is pulling out all the stops.

Kristian Garic of WWL Radio reported that Nebraska’s entire coaching staff went to Baton Rouge to recruit the quarterback. Brennan’s 5-year LSU career was interrupted by injuries, including a broken left arm prior to the 2021 season, which led to Max Johnson securing LSU’s starting QB job.

Brennan didn’t play this season, but he appeared in 18 games over the previous 4 seasons. He began 2020 as the starting quarterback, and passed for 1,112 yards, 11 touchdowns and 3 interceptions in 3 games before he suffered a torn abdominal muscle against Missouri.

Brennan was the backup to Joe Burrow in 2018 and 2019.

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