LSU quarterback Joe Burrow passed for 2500 yards (198 of 345 - 57.4%) with 12 touchdowns and four interceptions in his first season in Baton Rouge.

The former Ohio State transfer also rushed for 375 yards on 119 attempts with seven touchdowns.

Here are highlights from all of his touchdowns this season:

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I’m excited for this guy Next Year!
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I didn't realize LSU's QB didn't account for a single TD in four straight games (Florida, UGA, MSU, Alabama)
Reply7 days
Burrow is a heck of a Tiger. Glad he transferred to LSU.
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Amazing the receiver Jefferson came out to be
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Pretty sure he threw a TD to Chase early in season vs SLU
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21 when you count the two passing TD's called out of bounds early, after which we ran up quickly to punch it in on the ground.
Reply7 days
Was a hell of a catch and run by DD in the Auburn game
Reply7 days
Lol, 19 touchdown passes for your starting quarterback.
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12* Take out the 7 OT game, FCS opponents, and Rice, the number changes to 7. Unacceptable.
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Can you really take out games? That’s like saying NB4 only had 70 Yds against Miami because the oline blocked well on his 50yd TD run.
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Well, 12 passing touchdowns in a season is abymsal enough. When considering 8 of the 12 came against Rice, Arky, Ole Miss, and SeLa, it looks even worse, does it not?
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6 of 19 TDs in the TAMU game lol. Just under 32% of his total TDs in one game. Take the training wheels off this offense and let Joe sling it more. Also, Sullivan needs more jump balls
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The shitty editor left out the Alabama game.
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I c wut u did ther
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