Joe Burrow was apparently a huge LeBron fan back in the day

Ross Houston
January 15, 2020

LSU capped a storybook season Monday, completing an undefeated campaign by dethroning the reigning national champions.

LSU quarterback Joe Burrow and linebacker Patrick Queen were named the offensive and defensive MVPs of the College Football Playoff National Championship.

A lot of things fly in New Orleans that don't elsewhere, but smoking indoors in public venues is not one of them. On Monday, Burrow broke the NCAA single-season record for passing touchdowns in a season, with 60. Therefore, he is a highly coveted asset that will likely go No. 1 overall in the 2020 NFL Draft this coming offseason.

Lawrence was playing in the second National Championship Game of his college career, following on from Clemson's 44-16 victory over Alabama previous year. In the end, Burrow and LSU came out on top with an impressive 42-25 win.

In the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, Burrow threw for 493 yards and 7 touchdowns; he also added 21 rushing yards and a touchdown on his feet.

Former Ohio State QB Cardale Jones, who was on the same team as Burrow during Burrow's true freshman season, tweeted this. It's also the first loss for sophomore quarterback Trevor Lawrence, already seen as potentially the No. 1 pick of the 2021 National Football League draft, who had gone 25-0 as Clemson's starter. Clemson has been a part of five of them. Just going to miss this group of guys, and I hate how it finished.

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