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Per LSUSports.net: STARKVILLE, Miss. -- In only seven games, LSU quarterback Joe Burrow broke two LSU single-season touchdown records, as the No. 2 Tigers defeated Mississippi State, 36-13.

LSU (7-0, 3-0 SEC) led 9-7 after Mississippi State (3-4, 1-3 SEC) scored a touchdown with 5:24 to play in the first half. However, Burrow connected with Racey McMath for a 60-yard touchdown strike on the next play from scrimmage, as LSU scored the game's final 27 points.

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Everybody is heaping nothing but praise for QB Joe Breaux and rightfully so but, nobody is mentioning that this kid is doing all this with just one year in this offense can you just imagine what he would do with one more year of eligibility left, WOW!
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Joe showing no signs of cracking
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I always thought a strip sack meant something else.
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Burrow and the entire team our out to kick butt this season....
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Stay hungry, my friends. Joe Burrow is the most interesting quarterback in College Football.
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Flag! arse interference
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Personally I thought Old Joe turned the other cheek for State tonight....because their defense wasn't all it was cracked up to be.
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State only wins once in a blue moon.
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Might be the only time I’ve ever liked a TD headline
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Larry should take notes…
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Nice
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Joe burrow for heinie-sman
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Larry would've misspelled "butt".
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great article title
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Quality Headline
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There should be a new arse interference rule when the opposing player tries to pull down your pants.
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ISWYDT
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