The Palm Beach Post— Joe Burrow and the LSU Tigers completed a 15-0 season and won the national title by defeating Clemson 42-25 in the College Football Playoff championship game.
fox8.com—Joe Burrow leads LSU past Clemson in national title win. NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana (AP) — Clyde Edwards-Helaire took turns dancing around defenders or churning his legs as he pushed his compact frame through tacklers for extra yards and pivotal first downs. Thaddeus Moss was a productive red-zone target, catching two short touchdown passes. And Terrace Marshall Jr. made his last of three catches count, rising up in tight coverage for a touchdown catch that put Clemson in a three-score hole. Once the greatest offense in LSU history got rolling, it [
the Guardian—Joe Burrow's six touchdowns power LSU past Clemson to national title. Tigers win 42-25 to end Clemson’s 29-game winning streakJoe Burrow’s 60 TD passes sets NCAA single-season recordJoe Burrow threw five touchdown passes, ran for another score and capped one of the greatest seasons in college football history by leading No 1 LSU to a 42-25 victory against No 3 Clemson on Monday night to win the national championship. The small-town Ohio kid turned Louisiana legend delivered the Tigers (15-0) their first national title since 2007 and fourth overall, breaking a few...
New York Post—LSU, Joe Burrow roll Clemson to win national championship. NEW ORLEANS — “L-S-U.” “L-S-U.” “L-S-U.” The chant began before the opening kickoff and lasted deep into the night. The Superdome was colored purple and gold, dressed for a party. It was more like a coronation. From the season-opening blowout through the road win at Alabama, the record-setting rout at the Peach Bowl to the