Scott Wachter-USA TODAY Sports
LSU quarterback Joe Burrow has been all over TV since his amazing performance vs. Texas last weekend.

One of his stops was the Marty & McGee show, where he talked about when Texas dudes shot a cannon through his jersey during the opening of ESPN College Gameday last Saturday...

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That's my Quarterback not named Drew Brees - T.O. voice
Reply19 months
Savage
Reply19 months
Opie gives no fricks. He never ignores players who talk shite to him, but he doesn't do anything stupid either. He just talks shite right back to them. I love it.
Reply19 months
I thought it was in poor form to shoot that cannon as they were receiving kickoffs.
Reply19 months
Why aren't all the leftist libtards in Austin highly offended by the shooting of a deadly, dangerous, scary looking canon?
19 months
I've grown to like Burrow. He seems to be maturing off the field, and especially on. The kid can play some QB, just has to keep up the work ethic.
Reply19 months
I’ve always liked him. Since day one he’s been poised, well spoken and confident.
19 months
KCT
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What was there ever not to like?
19 months
My own immaturity.
19 months
I love how he just calls em weird. Between TAMU and the Teasips we helped come "back" last weekend, something is wrong with college football fans in Texas. Why cant they just be normal.
Reply19 months
He will either be playing in the NFL or coaching at a high level. You can see him as a head coach and play caller.
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Love it!
Reply19 months
That's my boy.
Reply19 months
I got a feeling we will see him on television long after his playing days are over.
Reply19 months
I feel like I see him on tv around Christmas every year.
19 months
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