Per LSUSports.net: BATON ROUGE -- On Senior Night, the most prolific quarterback in LSU history took his final bow on Saturday Night in Death Valley by setting a pair of SEC passing records.

LSU's Joe Burrow threw for 352 yards and three touchdowns, as top-ranked LSU posted its most lopsided victory in the 58-game series history with Texas A&M, 50-7, to finish the regular season 12-0.

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I’m so proud of them. From Troy to this. Geaux Tigers
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The defense got sick of hearing how soft they were and made a statement. What a game. Geaux Tigers.
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12 and O
Reply23 months
Thank you Joe. Geaux Tigers.
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