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Myles Brennan and St. Stanislaus try to avoid another Brother Martin beatdown

Myles Brennan has accounted for 16 touchdowns this season. Fox 8 photo Myles Brennan has accounted for 16 touchdowns this season. Fox 8 photo
BAY ST. LOUIS, MS (WVUE) -

In only two quarters of work, Bruce Jordan-Swilling racked up seven touchdowns and 344 yards last Fall against St. Stanislaus. Brother Martin routed the Rock-A-Chaws 68-21.

"What we were doing wasn't working. We couldn't do anything else, what we prepared to do obviously wasn't working. It was just tough seeing that happen. It didn't leave the best taste in our mouths," said St. Stanislaus quarterback Myles Brennan.

"The biggest thing with them, you know you're going to get a really good football team. They're going to be well-coached, and they're going to be talented. Last year we were in above our heads, plain and simple. We couldn't tackle Swilling last year, this year we got to, St. Stanislaus Head Coach Bill Conides.

If an offensive explosion breaks out again this year, Brennan and the offense are well-equipped to answer the bell. The New Orleans native has accounted for 12 touchdowns by air, and four by ground in three wins.

"Hopefully we don't get to that. I feel like Myles Brennan with that offense. They showed a lot of grit last week in a come from behind win, hopefully we can do it again," said Conides.

Brennan committed to LSU this past spring, but if Les Miles is no longer the head coach, will he still be a Tiger?

"Right now, I'm not only committed to LSU, but coach Cameron and Coach Miles play a huge part in that so it's hard to kind of say whether or not I'll still be committed if that does happen. Just because you don't know what's going to happen in the future, but the good news is that February 2nd is still a ways away. So I'll have time to make my decision and I'll just see how this season plays out," said Brennan.

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