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There will be a quarterback battle prior to the start of the 2006 season for LSU.
Head coach Les Miles made the statement clear Tuesday night in the annual Monroe stop by the LSU Tour.
There's no way we can play three quarterbacks at once, Miles told the capacity crowd at the Monroe Civic Center. The tour also served as a meeting for the Monroe chapter of the LSU Alumni Association.
"When we go into the fall weıre going to let them compete," Miles said. "It's the best thing we have I believe it will make all three of them better."
The three quarterbacks in question, JaMarcus Russell, Matt Flynn and Ryan Perrilloux, will get equal time during the two-a-days, Miles said.
Russell, who played most of last season, was injured near the end of the season and Flynn stepped in to take the team to the Peach Bowl win. Perrilloux was redshirted last season.
Also appearing on the program were both LSU menıs and womenıs basketball coaches John Brady and Pokey Chatman.
"We lost 21 seniors to graduation," MIles said. "Filling those spots are going to be difficult but weıve got some good incoming talent."
One of the incoming freshmen is Charles Scott, one of the top prep players in the state last season from Jonesboro-Hodge.
The Tigers will also have Allie Broussard returning to the backfield. Broussard sat out all of 2005 with an injury.
"I would like to think that Broussard will come back and regain his old form," Miles said.
"Paul Vincent should also be a big help in the backfield," Miles said.
No less than 12 players from last yearıs team were drafted by the NFL.