Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
LSU quarterback Joe Burrow remains at No. 3 in ESPN's Heisman Watch after Week 4, right behind Oklahoma quarterback Jalen Hurts and Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.

Burrow passed for 398 yards and six touchdowns vs. Vanderbilt last Saturday, setting a school record for most passing touchdowns in a single game.

He now has 1,520 passing yards and 17 passing touchdowns on the season. He also has one rushing touchdown.
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3. Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

Total points: 32 (first-place votes: 2)

Notable: Burrow is not slowing down. He set a school record with six TDs in the No. 4 Tigers' 66-38 demolition of Vanderbilt. In four games this year (albeit with only one against a ranked opponent), LSU has scored 55, 45, 65 and 66 points. On Saturday, his 398 passing yards led to LSU's most points ever in regulation against an SEC opponent.

Quotable: "I think that there's more to come. I really do. I think Joe is a fantastic player." -- LSU head coach Ed Orgeron

Heisman odds: +220
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3 Comments
Lol Bama played how many ranked opponents so far? Oh yeah NONE of course
Reply20 months
"In four games this year (albeit with only one against a ranked opponent), LSU has scored 55, 45, 65 and 66 points." Did Oklahoma and Alabama put up numbers against ranked opponents?
Reply20 months
Shooters shoot. Joe warned everyone all off season, that was polite of him. Good times ahead!
Reply20 months
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