A fan created a 48-minute video featuring Harris' play during the first half of the season John Reed USA TODAY Sports
The passion and pageantry within the SEC is second-to-none when it comes to conference affiliation. Ardent fan bases demonstrate immense amounts of interest in their respective programs, and there's truly no depths to the support these zealous individuals provide.
A (presumed) LSU fan went to great lengths to showcase his love for the Tigers' program, as well as his impressive editing skills.
A YouTube video from an individual named Chris Forester spliced together every single play from the first half of the season involving LSU quarterback Brandon Harris. On the year, the sophomore signal-caller has thrown for 1,098 yards and nine touchdowns. He's yet to throw an interception, and has completed passes at a 58.6-percent clip.
If one is a major fan of Harris, or wants to test their skills at analyzing and critiquing film, it would behoove you to check out this video.