Myles Brennan shares decision to step away from football in his own words
Myles Brennan has given his side of the story, and now shared the news in his own words about the reports and comments from Brian Kelly that the LSU quarterback would end his football career.
“Over the last five years, I have given all of my body, heart and soul to LSU Football,” he shared on social media. “Playing for LSU has been a dream come true. Wearing the purple and gold, running into Death Valley, winning a national championship, and starting at quarterback for the LSU Tigers – what more could a kid ask for?
He thanked all those who supported him, and Brennan added that he would pursue a new chapter in life and step down from football.
What a journey it has been.. I have given my all to this university and football team. I love every one of you. I will be a tiger for life. 15 is officially signing out. #ForeverLSU pic.twitter.com/GOJPM2GXOK
— Myles Brennan (@MylesBrennan) August 15, 2022
Brennan appeared in 20 games with 3 starts for the Tigers. He started the first 3 games of the 2020 season before an injury at Missouri cut short his season. He threw for 1,712 yards, 13 touchdowns and 6 interceptions during that time.
Brennan previously competed with former Arizona State transfer Jayden Daniels and sophomore Garrett Nussmeier for the starting job.