NFL analyst and four-time Super Bowl champion Terry Bradshaw is blaming rising sophomore and former five-star quarterback Brandon Harris’ lack of growth on LSU’s run-oriented offense and says developing as a passer will be a challenge in Baton Rouge.

The Hall of Fame quarterback didn’t pull any punches on Thursday when referencing the Tigers’ offense.

“You’re not going to learn a lot throwing the football at LSU, I’m sorry,” Bradshaw told KTBS in Bossier City, La. “If he had the right coaching, I like that kid. I remember that kid, he has a gun. Freshman got his chance and they pulled him.

“That kind of offense that they run, I don’t think they read defenses, it doesn’t look like they do. LSU especially, they don’t really coach them up down there.”

In limited action last season, Harris completing 55 percent of his passes for 452 yards and six touchdowns. Anthony Jennings entered spring practice as the first-team guy, but offensive coordinator Cam Cameron says the two will continue to battle for the starting job.