Joe Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports
Ohio State head coach Ryan Day was asked about Joe Burrow's performance vs. Texas during his weekly press conference on Tuesday.

Ryan said he watched the whole LSU-Texas game and was so proud of the way Burrow played. Per ASAP Sports:

Question: You stole a glance at the game on Saturday night, LSU at Texas. What is your take on Joe Burrow, how far he's come?

Ryan Day: I watched the whole thing. I couldn't be any proud prouder of a guy than Joe. The way he competed, the way he threw. He's come a long way since his freshman year. I wasn't here when he first got here. Spent a couple years with him. Seeing his mom and dad in the stands, go about beating a good Texas team on the road like that. Couldn't be happier for him.

He's playing at a high level, throwing the ball, looked like an NFL quarterback out there. Really proud of him.
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Classy comments "I watched the whole thing" most coaches would have never admitted that
Reply19 months
I was so sad when he left, but I am excited that he did end up at LSU!
Reply19 months
I just have to say, this may not be appropriate for this exact time, but I hope this offensive explosion isn't based on The crap we've been playing against on defense
Reply19 months
Some believe Texas' defense is the 2nd/3rd best d we'll see all year. bama, fla, texas
19 months
Bama, Florida, and Auburn will be the best defenses we play from here on out (reg season). I would put UT right behind them. We won't know how far down they are until we play a few games.
19 months
How many LSU fans will be able to say they saw this legendary LSU QB Joe Burrow perform in person before he leaves for the NFL? Buy your tickets now before you regret it!
Reply19 months
Ha, just bought Auburn tickets
19 months
I witnessed his coming out party at auburn last year. I plan to catch a few more this year.
19 months
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