LSU SEASON RECAP
at ALABAMA | W, 46-41
Nov. 9 | Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Joe Burrow had 393 yards passing with three touchdowns and junior running
back Clyde Edwards-Helaire scored four times to help No. 1 LSU snap No.
2 Alabama’s 31-game home winning streak. LSU, which never trailed, built
a 33-13 halftime lead and then held off the Crimson Tide with unrelenting
offensive efficiency. The Tigers improved to 5-0 in the SEC and 9-0 overall
for the fifth time in school history, tying a school record with four top-10
victories in one season.
at OLE MISS | W, 58-37
Nov. 16 | Oxford, Miss.
Senior quarterback Joe Burrow tossed five touchdowns to set LSU’s singleseason
passing record, staking the top-ranked Tigers to a 31-7 halftime lead.
In just the tenth game of the season, Burrow’s career-best 489 yards broke
Rohan Davey’s 2001 yardage record (3,347). The 714 yards of offense LSU
put up on the Rebels was its second-most in program history and most ever
against an SEC opponent.
ARKANSAS | W, 56-20
Nov. 23 | Baton Rouge, La.
The No. 1 Tigers scored 49 unanswered points, overwhelming the Razorbacks
to secure a berth in the SEC Championship. Clyde Edwards-Helaire had 188
yards on just six carries, becoming the 14th Tiger to rush for 1,000 yards in a
season. LSU moved to 11-0 for the third time in school history.
TEXAS A&M | W, 50-7
Nov. 30 | Baton Rouge, La.
Joe Burrow took his final bow on Senior Night in Death Valley, setting SEC
records for passing yards with 4,366 and passing touchdowns with 44. In
preserving their undefeated regular season, the No. 2 Tigers defense held
the Aggies to 169 total yards and just 2-of-13 on third down while recording
a safety and six sacks.
GEORGIA | W, 37-10
Dec. 7 | Atlanta, Ga. (SEC Championship Game)
Led by Joe Burrow’s four touchdown passes, top-ranked LSU won its 12th
SEC Championship, 37-10, over No. 4 Georgia at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
In head coach Ed Orgeron’s third full season in Baton Rouge, LSU improved
to 13-0 and solidified its No. 1 ranking in the College Football Playoffs. The
Tigers beat five Top 10 teams along the way and brought the league’s trophy
back to Baton Rouge for the first time since 2011. Burrow was named the
game’s Most Valuable Player after completing 28-of-38 passes for 349 yards
and four touchdowns. Defensively, the Tigers kept Georgia’s offense off the
field by allowing only 3-of-13 third down conversions, while holding the
Bulldogs to their lowest rushing total (61 yards) since 2017.
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