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LSU quarterback Joe Burrow was named SEC Offensive Player of the Week for exceptional performance in Saturday's 66-38 win over Vanderbilt.

This is the third time that Burrow has been named SEC Player of the Week. Per

Burrow joins Tommy Hodson in 1989 and JaMarcus Russell in 2006 as the only quarterbacks in LSU history to earn SEC Offensive Player of the Week three times in a single season. The honor is the fifth for Burrow during his LSU career as he won the award twice in 2018.

Burrow’s honor came for his record-setting performance in LSU’s 66-38 win over Vanderbilt on Saturday as the senior set a school-record with six touchdown passes in the Tiger victory.

Burrow completed 25-of-34 passes for 398 yards as the Tigers scored the most points in regulation in a SEC game in school history. With 398 passing yards against the Commodores, Burrow became the first play in LSU history to throw for 350 yards or more in three straight games and he extended his school-record streak of consecutive games with at least 20 completions in seven straight. Read more.
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My Grandmother says Joe Burrow is an a-hole, and likes it.
Reply19 months
I would've given the award to burrow and chase co players of the week.
Reply19 months
So, three out of four weeks he's outplayed Tua and Fromm. Looking forward to Joe being a first-team all-SEC quarterback.
Reply19 months
First team All SEC? Shiiddd The rate he’s going he’ll be first team AP
19 months
Burrow was excellent but Chase, the guy who caught 4 of the TDs, would have been my choice I think. He had a very strong game.
Reply19 months
The should have shared it.
19 months
19 months
Well deserved too...Geaux Jeaux...
Reply19 months
The Man The Myth The Legend Best LSU QB ever and it’s not close
Reply19 months
Honestly this is just insane. Putting aside my Purple and Gold glasses and how happy this makes me as an LSU fan; I am genuinely happy for Joe Burrow, its a really cool story.
Reply19 months
Heisman run. Don’t slow down Joe & Joe.
Reply19 months
I'd give you an upvote, but let's not mention the "H"-word until the time is right. Don't want to jinx our boy.
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