LSU's offense broke 10 records in the Playoff against Oklahoma
The College Football Playoff has existed since the 2014 season. And on Saturday night, LSU had the best offensive performance in the Playoff’s brief history.
The Tigers dominated in a 63-28 Peach Bowl win over Oklahoma, and they’ll advance to the CFP National Championship to face the winner of the Fiesta Bowl, which will be either Ohio State or Clemson.
Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Joe Burrow had a huge game, and as he has for most of the season, he played a pivotal role in leading LSU to victory. In fact, he and the Tigers had a record-breaking Playoff performance.
Here are the College Football Playoff records that LSU’s offense broke during its semifinal matchup, as shared by ESPN’s broadcast at the end of the game:
- Eight touchdowns responsible for — Joe Burrow
- Seven passing touchdowns — Joe Burrow
- 403 passing yards in a half — Joe Burrow
- 493 passing yards — Joe Burrow
- 515 total yards — Joe Burrow
- Four receiving touchdowns — Justin Jefferson
- 227 receiving yards — Justin Jefferson
- 49 points in a half
- 63 points in a game
- 692 total yards by team