LSU senior Joe Burrow had a season for the ages. He tossed an NCAA-record 60 touchdown passes, including five in the College Football Playoff National Championship, and led the Tigers to their first national title since 2007. The Ohio native also won the Heisman Trophy by a record margin. His achievements got us thinking about the greatest college quarterbacks of all time.
The College Football Playoff National Championship is upon us, and as one might expect when the two best teams in the country face off, the field will be littered with tremendous talent. All-Americans and future NFL professionals reside on each roster. Let’s take a look at the three players who have the most to gain from an outstanding performance.
Everyone knows if Clemson is to win the College Football Playoff National Championship tonight, Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne will be key players in the matchup against the LSU Tigers. While those two players have rightly grabbed the headlines, it is their defense that will likely need to step up big if they are to bring another title home.
LSU's season has been a story meant for Hollywood. So what could go wrong in the College Football Playoff National Championship?
Two of the best offenses in college football history will square off in the College Football Playoff National Championship on Monday in New Orleans, and both teams enter 14-0.
If you’re anybody but an Alabama fan, the College Football Playoff National Championship is about as entertaining of a matchup as you could ask for. LSU and Clemson both roll into the game unbeaten on the season, with a shot at going 15-0 on the line for both programs. Both starting quarterbacks are already legends in the history of the sport.
It’s an all-Tiger matchup in the College Football Playoff National Championship, with 14-0 LSU set to challenge defending national champion Clemson on January 13 inside the Superdome.
Offense, offense, offense. The Peach Bowl is likely resemble a track meet when LSU and Oklahoma meet Saturday, December 28 in the College Football Playoff semifinal at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
The college football regular season and conference championships are now over, and the bowls and College Football Playoff are set. It truly is the most wonderful time of the year for football fans. On December 28 we will see No. 4 Oklahoma face off against No. 1 LSU and No. 3 Clemson take on No. 2 Ohio State.
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