NEW ORLEANS – The best team. Best season. Best Players. And for this season, perhaps even the best coach. All Time.
Start the debate because this is a worthy one after solving LSU's 42-25 No. 1 Clemson in the Playoff Football College 2020 National Championship.
Sometimes national champions' summaries are not difficult to summarize. LSU ends the 150th season of college football with a performance for the ages achieved by a team forever.
The only quibbling is now how to measure the greatness of the LSU after the home team satisfied its home audience in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, 70 miles from its home campus in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
"When we left the hotel, I had never seen such a crowd," said coach Ed Orgeron, not only the man of the moment but now a legend in the state.
The crowd sold off according to the script, surpassing the defending champion Clemson and drinking in every last second of glory.
An important debate could be raised: This is arguably the greatest season of all time, which naturally brings LSU into the discussion for the greatest team of all time.
Later, after considering what he had accomplished just 38 months after being raised from interim to head coach amid some controversy, Coach O agreed immediately: "This team will be reminded. came as one of the greatest in college football. "
Where do you want to start?
Maybe with the actual LSU 2019 after Clemson 2018 becomes …