LSU and Joe Burrow's national championship season puts the Tiger among the greatest ever

NEW ORLEANS – There's Joe Burrow, getting rid of the ball in the Mercedes-Benz Supercar on Monday night as quickly as Saints Drew Brees midfielder did here on a lot of Sundays.

Has the LSU midfielder, scrambled for the first three downs and one touch of the ball during an important second quarter protest when the 1st LSU first appeared since October 22 against Florida, three months and 33 quarters before. And there were wide LSU recipients Ja 'Marr Chase, doing some of that on the All-ACC A.J. corner. Terrell, Clemson's best defensive defender, that Clemson removed Terrell from him in the second half.

With a 42-25 victory over Clemson No. 3, a team that has won 29 previous matches in 741 days, LSU has earned its place among the greatest teams in 150 years of college football. This LSU team fought to the fourth national championship of the show that played the game the way they played all seasons – a brand of 21st century football that is determined with big games, a pass game that was unstoppable because it was irresistible, and a quarter tortured Clemson with his arm and, when LSU really needed it, his legs.

"This team will be mentioned as one of the greatest teams in the history of college football," said Orgeron, "15-0, as one of the greatest teams in LSU history.

"But that's for you to decide."

It says here the Tiger 15-0 is on a short list with two other unbeaten teams, Nebraska (1995) and Miami (2001).

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