New LSU safety transfer Major Burns from Georgia is already making some impressive plays during the Tigers first few days of fall practice.

In this clip below, which isn't the best video quality, you can see Burns leap for a one-handed interception in the secondary.


Two weeks ago, head coach Ed Orgeron said that Burns has the best chance to start at safety while speaking at the Baton Rouge Rotary Club.

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We as fans deserve better background music for practice clips posted here. That’s just embarrassing
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I have news for you. Everything you like is not what everyone is supposed to like. You aren’t the standard.
1 month
Nice. Now we just have to keep him away from Hot Lips Houlihan, and make sure he doesn't get provoked by Hawkeye.
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I bet he would love to have a dollar for everytime that reference came up about his name .
1 month
He was beat bad
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He really wasn't in good position for that ball. If it was thrown right he would've got torched. He was going one way and the WR was going deeper. It was a terrible throw. Great INT though.
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Garbage music
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Like nails across a chalkboard
1 month
Matched the video quality
1 month
That receiver better be a better defender on that play
Reply1 month
We basically traded Arik for Burns and got the seemingly better player and the position that we need much more than tight end
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Man my boy Todd Harris gotta ball out, this his last chance.
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The former Madison prep standout. Welcome home Major
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Goddamn that music is f’ing awful
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I like rap and that music still trash af
1 month
Amazing catch. Now need to make sure we don’t step forward on a pass going over head. The catch alone tho was spectacular.
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Terrible pass
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Big Practice University
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Eat a dick
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I hope the walk-on threw that pass
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Ha! That’s the only thing I could think about watching that play.
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Hit mute!
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Who threw that ball. It looked like a wounded duck. He could have almost fair caught it.
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Wounded? That duck was DOA
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Looked like PP7 out there! I hope play like that continues
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Great catch Underthrown ball though..he would have been toast if pass was thrown in a better spot. Otherwise though, trying to recover from that ridiculous noise playing during the video
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Glad to see this kid doing well.
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Great catch but he should have been in a better position. A top WR would have been fighting for the ball and not just back there watching.
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