LSU’s Offense by the Numbers

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LSU defeated Clemson by a score of 42-25 to capture the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship. The performance touched off a number of debates about this LSU team’s place in college football history.

MarketScale’s resident data whiz, TC Riley, breaks down the numbers on LSU’s historically good offense, focusing in particularly on their record-breaking QB Joe Burrow.

“He [Joe Burrow] averaged exactly one touchdown per quarter, which is mind-boggling,” said Riley.

Listen to this excerpt from Diving into Data with TC Riley to get the full breakdown on LSU vs Clemson.


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