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December 14, 2019
LSU quarterback Joe Burrow’s Heisman Trophy acceptance speech was full of emotion, especially when it came time to thank coach Ed Orgeron.
After becoming the second LSU player in school history to win the Heisman, Burrow was choked up and wiped away tears while thanking Coach O at the Heisman Trophy ceremony in New York City on Saturday. (READ MORE) by ELIZABETH SWINTON | Sports Illustrated
Just like Joe Burrow’s magical season, Saturday night played out like a real-life fantasy.
From him setting Heisman Trophy records for margin of victory to his emotional tear-filled speech that hit all the right notes, the LSU quarterback couldn’t have scripted a better evening in joining late Tigers running back Billy Cannon (1959) as the school’s only Heisman winners. (READ MORE) by Zach Braziller | NY Post
It what may be one of the most unexpected runs ever to a Heisman Trophy, LSU Tigers senior quarterback Joe Burrow captured the award on Saturday night in New York. Burrow took home the award at the 85th Annual Heisman Trophy presentation by beating out Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields, Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Jalen Hurts and Ohio State defensive end Chase Young. (READ MORE) by JORDAN JAMES | 247 Sports
Joe Burrow now has his Heisman Trophy, setting his place among a very rare group of high-achieving LSU athletes. Now, for plenty of LSU fans, a natural question arises: When does his statue go up outside Tiger Stadium? And when does his No. 9 get retired? (READ MORE) by