At one point this season, Brandon Harris was within one pass attempt of breaking LSU’s record for most consecutive passes without an interception. But over the last four games, the sophomore has played his worst football of the season, according to The Advocate’s Ross Dellenger.
In the Tigers’ (8-3, 5-3 SEC) last four games, in which they lost three out of four, Harris threw three touchdowns to five INTs and completed just 47 percent of his attempts. In the three games previous to those four, the Louisiana native threw seven TDs and zero INTs, while completing 62 percent of his passes.
LSU has struggled to find consistency at the quarterback position and midway through the year, it appeared Harris was capable of providing it. But over the last quarter of the season, he has regressed and his team regressed with him.
It’s too early to write Harris off as LSU’s starter of the present or the future but whatever he lost recently, he needs to rediscover going forward.