LSU can beat Alabama because of Joe Burrow – Joey Galloway | College Football Final

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Joey Galloway and Jesse Palmer break down the LSU Tigers’ thrilling victory against the Texas Longhorns in Week 2 of the college football season.

Following an awesome breathtaking victory over the Texas Longhorns Saturday night in Austin, Texas, the LSU Tigers made a massive move up in the latest AP poll.

LSU is presently in the upper 4, leapfrogging the two Ohio State and Oklahoma to No. 4 following the 45-38 win on the road and also have 1,336 points from the survey. Texas, who entered Saturday’s matchup rated No. 9, dropped 3 places to No. 12.

Texas, who entered Saturday’s matchup rated No. 9, dropped 3 places to No. 12. Joe Burrow is quite great, y’all. LSU is, also. Oh, and also: Texas isn’t back yet (sorry, but a mention is mandatory ). In the long run, the gap in a Top 10 showdown which turned into a shootout — and also for Burrow along with the Tigers, a show — arrived through an lightning-quick offensive series quite late in the first half which extended LSU’s lead to two touchdowns.

From the second half, if it turned into a large 12-style scorefest, it became evident for the first time in forever, LSU gets the staff — and this is significant — and the will to perform like that. The hype that attended LSU’s offseason seems to have been justified. It begins at dusk, where Burrow had been exceptional.

It is not apparent what Texas is however. The Longhorns and Sam Ehlinger kept punching, all of the way to the finish, but the gap was Burrow. The gap was LSU’s crime.


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