Joe Burrow breaks Colt Brennan's FBS record for TD passes in a season
LSU QB Joe Burrow has had a magical season, and that’s continuing in tonight’s title game against Clemson.
He has now thrown 59 total touchdowns this season, which breaks former Hawaii QB Colt Brennan’s single-season FBS record.
Below, you can see the throw, which gave LSU a 35-25 lead against Clemson:
Thaddeus Moss, son of Randy, scores his second TD of the night.
This one helps Joe Burrow break the NCAA pass TD record.
— CBS Sports HQ (@CBSSportsHQ) January 14, 2020
He also has the record for the most TDs responsible for in a season, with 64.
Joe Burrow makes FBS history in the #NationalChampionship
⚡️ Most TD Passes in a season (59)
⚡️ Most TD Responsible for in a season (64) pic.twitter.com/JLSAJEZJ9S
— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) January 14, 2020
Obviously, that’s a huge mark, but more importantly, LSU is racing toward a title, which would be even more important to Burrow.
Will he be able to finish the job and perhaps reach 60 touchdown passes? The game still has a quarter to go.