The latest Joe Burrow highlight video will hit LSU football fans right in the feels.
We all could watch Joe Burrow 2019 LSU Tigers highlights forever.
Well, now you can. LSU football just tweeted out one incredible highlight package on Wednesday afternoon. If this doesn’t hit you right in the feels, you clearly wake up every day and feel absolutely nothing. So stop being a stoic zombie and watch The Geauxt go to work one last time on the college football gridiron.
Burrow wasn’t just a college football legend, he was a Louisiana football legend. He may not have been from Louisiana, but Baton Rouge will always be home to the greatest player in LSU football history. It wasn’t just his play on the field that made him such a captivating player. Burrow was arguably the coolest dude to play quarterback in college football in a very, very long time.
Joe Burrow’s last LSU football highlight video is an emotional experience.
Burrow was so dominant in his redshirt senior season at LSU that the guy keeps winning awards months after he last played for the Bayou Bengals. He took home Louisiana athlete of the year and SEC male athlete of the year this week. Burrow will need to dedicate an entire room of his new Cincinnati mansion to put all these trophies and awards on display. It’s insane!
Even though Burrow has played his last snap for LSU, his football career is far from over. He was the No. 1 overall pick by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2020 NFL Draft for a reason. The Pride of The Plains is expected to be a galvanizing force of positive change for the Cincinnati Bengals who have been highly dysfunctional for most of Burrow’s lifetime.
Though it was only a two-year run at LSU for Burrow, he changed football lives down in Baton Rouge. His head coach Ed Orgeron became a champion and his passing game coordinator Joe Brady became an NFL offensive coordinator with the Carolina Panthers. By going 15-0, defensive coordinator Dave Aranda now his shot of leading a Power 5 team in the Baylor Bears.
Everything Burrow touched last season turned to gold. It’s good to be the King of Baton Rouge, as Burrow has become Louisiana football royalty. He may not be a member of the Manning Family, not even young Arch Manning, but Burrow is a Louisiana football legend nonetheless. Will he become one in Cincinnati? That remains to be seen, but what a college career for Burrow at LSU.
Enjoy these 60 seconds of Burrow greatness, as you will not regret a minute well spent.