LSU's Undefeated Season Breaks Numerous Records!

Updated: Mar 13



The LSU Tigers won the national championship on Monday night, defeating Clemson 42–25. Along the way, Joe Burrow and the Tigers' offense set countless records. 



Here's a sampling of some of the records they set: 


Burrow set the record for most total touchdowns by a player in a single-season.LSU is the first team in SEC history to go 15–0 or better in a season.


Burrow set the record for most passing TDs in a single-season.

Burrow set the record for most passing yards in two-game CFP.

Burrow threw the most passing TD in two-game CFP.

Ja'Maar Chase recorded the most receiving yards in BCS/CFP national championship game.

Burrow threw the most pass TD in CFP national championship game.

Against Oklahoma, most TDs responsible for in a College Football Playoff game.

Against Oklahoma, he threw the most passing TDs in a College Football Playoff game.

An LSU school record for most passing TDs in a game.A Peach Bowl record for most passing TDs.

Tied the record for most passing touchdowns in a bowl game in the Peach Bowl.

Tied the FBS record for most passing TDs in a half in the Peach Bowl.Burrow most total touchdowns all-time in a bowl game in the Peach Bowl.Burrow threw the most individual touchdowns all-time in an SEC game.

WR Jordan Jefferson set a new record for College Football Playoff receiving touchdowns in both a semifinal game and between both games.

Jefferson receiving yards in a College Football Playoff game in the Peach Bowl.Points in a College Football Playoff half in the Peach Bowl.

Points in a College Football Playoff game in the Peach Bowl.K Cade York make the most extra points in a College Football Playoff semifinal. 

The Tigers became the first team in the SEC to have a 4,000 yard passer, two 1,000 yard receivers, and a 1,000 yard receiver in the same season.Burrow set LSU school records for yards, completion percentage and completions in a single season, among others.

Burrow received 93.8% of possible points in history of Heisman voting.


Via Sports Illustrated written by: BEN PICKMAN