Cop reportedly threatened to arrest LSU players smoking celebratory cigars in Superdome

Cop reportedly threatened to arrest LSU players smoking celebratory cigars in Superdome

Cop reportedly threatened to arrest LSU players smoking celebratory cigars in Superdome

The 2019 campaign for LSU football was one we'll never forget.

Just over two weeks later, after LSU beat Clemson 42-25, Ensminger and his son had a long, tear-filled hug as the celebration surrounded them in New Orleans.

Burrow's performance yesterday marked his 60th touchdown pass for the season averaging four TDs per game and being the first quarterback to lead the country in terms of accuracy. The LSU offense answered Clemson's long touchdown drive with a five-play 75-yard drive that ended with a three-yard touchdown run from the Heisman victor.

Alabama evened that score with a 21-0 victory in a national-title rematch in New Orleans, sending LSU into a tumble from which it did not recover until Burrow hit town. "I'm getting pretty old", Burrow said on the podcast via Yahoo Sports. They knew the offensive line would lose Adrian Magee and Damien Lewis, and they knew the defense would be without Rashard Lawrence and Michael Divinity.all seniors.

Over the course of the season, Ohio State has the best power rating in the country. "We'll be back. But it just sucks not getting to finish the way you wanted to with those guys".

"This is what I wanted to do from the time I was 5 years old, was hoist this trophy". This, kind of speechless right now.

Burrow already had the greatest year in LSU history, and now there's an argument for the best ever in the sport.

LSU coach Ed Orgeron gave credit to his Heisman Trophy winning QB. A ideal 15-0 with the Bengal Tigers third national title since 2003 was certainly something the school can hang its hat on.

"Yeah, I think this is a team for the ages, especially how prolific we were on offence", Orgeron said. "We were in tight coverage and they made some plays in tight windows and that's what they've done all year".

Clyde Edwards-Helaire, receiver Justin Jefferson and safety Grant Delpit are among seven players from LSU's national championship team who've stated their intention to enter the NFL draft.

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