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LSU quarterback Joe Burrow was named was a unanimous selection as the offensive player of the year on AP All-SEC team on Monday. Per

Burrow has completed 77.9% of his passes and is on pace to break the Football Bowl Subdivision single-season completion percentage record owned by Colt McCoy, who completed 76.7% of his attempts in 2008.

He has thrown for 4,715 yards and 48 touchdowns - both SEC single-season records - with only six interceptions. Burrow has helped LSU score 47.8 points per game, good for third place among all FBS teams.

“The best thing about Joe is he's a team player,” Orgeron said after the SEC championship game. “All he wants to do is win this game. Individual awards are not high on his list.”
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Offer the Bengals whatever they want for the #1 pick. I promise not to make fun of Jeaux Burreaux The Geauxt if I see him eating a salad in the Superdome. Best college QB I have seen in the 61 years I have followed college football.
Reply23 months
One of many awards to come his way. Geaux Jeaux!
Reply23 months
Enjoy Tiger fans. Guys of this caliber don’t come around very often. Glad he’s a Tiger.
Reply23 months
Well deserved I'm so glad he's my quarterback. The sky is the limit for him.
Reply23 months
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