LSU stays perfect to claim ultimate prize


January 14, 2020 - 10:01 AM

LSU Tigers wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr. (6) celebrates with running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (22) after scoring a touchdown against Clemson on Monday. MARK J. REBILAS/USA TODAY

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — From small-town Ohio kid to Louisiana legend, Joe Burrow capped his record-breaking, Heisman-winning season by bringing a national championship to LSU.

Burrow threw five touchdown passes, ran for another score and finished off one of the most accomplished seasons in college football history by leading the top-ranked Tigers to a 42-25 victory against No. 3 Clemson on Monday night in the playoff final.

“He’s one of the greatest players in LSU history,” Tigers coach Ed Orgeron said. “He’s done so much for the state of Louisiana and LSU. We are so grateful to Joe Burrow.”

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