Joe Burrow

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LSU is National Championship Bound after thrashing Oklahoma 63-28.

No. 1 LSU throttled No. 4 Oklahoma 63-28 in the Peach Bowl national semifinal at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Saturday, and it will move on to the College Football Playoff National Championship on Jan. 13, 2020, in New Orleans. It was a record-setting day for the Tigers, starting with their Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback.

Senior Joe Burrow finished 29 of 39 with 493 yards passing and eight total touchdowns on the night. His seven touchdown passes are tied for the most in FBS bowl history, and the most in College Football Playoff, New Year's Six and Peach Bowl history. 

Joe Burrow and LSU are going to the national championship game. That one will be in New Orleans, which gives Tigers fans a chance to fill the stadium and LSU’s opponent a few days to learn voodoo. 

What a record setting day it was in the ATL. 

Most touchdowns responsible for- Joe Burrow (8)

Most passing yards in the first half- Joe Burrow (403)

Most receiving touchdowns- Justin Jefferson (4)

Most receiving yards in a game- Justin Jefferson (227)

Most points in a half- LSU (49)

Most points scored in a game- LSU (63)

Total yards in a game- LSU (692)

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