this article originally appeared on CollegeFootballNews.com
Most people would look at the current quarterback situation at LSU and think head coach Les Miles is facing a tough decision. Actually, that’s not the case.
Miles knows his returning starter Jordan Jefferson is better than the guy currently getting the lion’s share of reps, Jarrett Lee. That’s why he as the starter less than two weeks before the opening game.
But what makes LSU great across the board is the same thing that makes their quarterback situation less of a headache than most people nationally realize: LSU is never better than when it gets to show off how great its depth is. When the second most talented player at any position is playing at a high level, LSU is basically unbeatable. Read more