It looks like LSU is officially starting to move on from the Les Miles era, and it was only a matter of time that it would start to impact recruiting.
One of the big impacts came on Wednesday, when four-star quarterback Myles Brennan thanked Miles and former offensive coordinator Cam Cameron while announcing his decommitment from the program.
The decommit comes after LSU recently offered Alabama quarterback commit Tua Tagovailoa. When that happened, Brennan was reportedly contacted by several other schools, and his decommit followed shortly after.
Brennan had been committed to LSU since April. 247Sports now lists Oklahoma State as the likely favorite to land the Top 10 quarterback.