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The LSU Tigers capped off their best regular season in school history in the only way that was fitting. LSU hammered the defending national champion Clemson Tigers at the Superdome in New Orleans 42-25, claiming the school’s fourth national championship in the process. Ed Orgeron became the third straight head coach to win a national title while at LSU, but Coach O will look to best his predecessors Nick Saban and Les Miles by becoming the first coach in program history to win multiple titles at the school. LSU won’t be favored to repeat per the 2020 college football futures odds though.

2020 Season Preview

We won’t know just how many underclassmen will declare early for the NFL Draft for another few weeks, but LSU is expected to lose a lot of key pieces. Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow is a senior, and he will be moving on to the NFL, and the Tigers’ second-best receiver is expected to declare early as Justin Jefferson has received some lofty draft grades. Running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire could decide to depart Baton Rouge early too, leaving the Tigers without three of their best offensive players.

The loss that will hurt the most is in the booth though. After one year of completely overhauling LSU’s offense, passing game coordinator Joe Brady left to become the Carolina Panthers’ offensive coordinator the day after the national championship. Brady turned LSU’s offense from a punchline into a juggernaut, and his presence will be missed.

Ja’Marr Chase is coming back for one more season, and that will give likely starting quarterback Myles Brennan a big boost. Chase was one of the nation’s best receivers in 2019, so Brennan will have two weapons to use in the passing game as Terrace Marshall Jr. will be coming back to Baton Rouge too.

This defense will return superstar Derek Stingley Jr., but other elite players may turn pro early. K’Lavon Chaisson is widely expected to jump to the NFL after a stellar season, and Grant Delpit will almost certainly make himself draft eligible too.

Season Recap

After nearly two decades of subpar offense in Baton Rouge, LSU had the best offense in the nation in 2019. The Tigers left no doubt that they were the best team in the country with incredible displays on that side of the ball throughout the year, as Burrow put up video game numbers as a senior.

Burrow completed 76.3 percent of his passes for 5,671 yards with 60 touchdowns and six interceptions to set dozens of school and SEC records. He was a surprisingly elusive runner and finished with the second-most yards on the team, and his play helped LSU become the first team in college football history to defeat all four teams in the AP Preseason’s top four. In games against top five opponents, he completed 72.1 percent of his passes and averaged 424.5 YPG with 19 touchdowns and no interceptions.

Chase and Jefferson each finished the year with over 1,500 receiving yards and at least 18 touchdowns. Chase was the explosive deep threat that constantly got separation, averaging 21.2 YPC, while Jefferson was the reliable route runner underneath that caught 111 passes.

Edwards-Helaire touched the ball 270 times and racked up 1,867 yards from scrimmage and 17 touchdowns on the year. He was excellent against Alabama, helping LSU run on the Crimson Tide for the first time in recent memory, and that gave the Bayou Bengals a devastating combo to knock out opposing defenses.

The defense responded well after some struggles stopping the run early in the season. LSU shut the door on two of the best quarterbacks in the country in Jalen Hurts and Trevor Lawrence in the College Football Playoff, helping ensure that the Tigers cruised to a national championship.

LSU became the first team in the history of college football to defeat seven top ten teams in one season. The Tigers controlled all of those games, and their closest tilt of the year was a three-point victory over Auburn that they were in control of pretty much the whole way. This was a storybook season that fans will be telling their kids about for the ages.

2019-20 College Bowls Betting Schedule

College Football Playoff
Dec 28 Peach Bowl Atlanta, GA / 4 PM No. 1 LSU vs. No. 4 Oklahoma
Dec 28 Fiesta Bowl Glendale, AZ / 8 PM No. 2 Ohio State vs. No. 3 Clemson
Jan 13 CFP National Championship New Orleans, LA / 8 PM No. 1 LSU vs. No. 3 Clemson
Selection Committee Bowl Games
Dec 28 Cotton Bowl Arlington, TX / Noon No. 10 Penn State vs. No. 17 Memphis
Dec 30 Orange Bowl Miami Gardens, FL / 8 PM No. 9 Florida vs. No. 24 Virginia
Jan 1 Rose Bowl Pasadena, CA / 5 PM No. 6 Oregon vs. No. 8 Wisconsin
Jan 1 Sugar Bowl New Orleans, LA / 8:45 PM No. 5 Georgia vs. No. 7 Baylor
Other Bowl Games
Dec 20 Bahamas Bowl Nassau, Bahamas / 2 PM Buffalo vs. Charlotte
Dec 20 Frisco Bowl Frisco, TX / 7:30 PM Kent State vs. Utah State
Dec 21 Celebration Bowl Atlanta, GA / 12:00 PM Alcorn State vs. North Carolina A&T
Dec 21 New Mexico Bowl Albuquerque, NM / 2 PM Central Michigan vs. San Diego State
Dec 21 Cure Bowl Orlando, FL / 2:30 PM Liberty vs. Georgia Southern
Dec 21 Boca Raton Bowl Boca Raton, FL / 3:30 PM FAU vs. SMU
Dec 21 Camelia Bowl Montgomery, AL / 5:30 PM Arkansas State vs. Florida International
Dec 21 Las Vegas Bowl Las Vegas, NV / 7:30 PM No. 19 Boise State vs. Washington
Dec 21 New Orleans Bowl New Orleans, LA / 9 PM No. 20 Appalachian State vs. UAB
Dec 23 Gasparilla Bowl Tampa, FL / 2:30 PM Marshall vs. UCF
Dec 24 Hawaii Bowl Honolulu, HI / 8 PM BYU vs. Hawai'i
Dec 26 Independence Bowl Shreveport, LA / 4 PM Louisiana Tech vs. Miami (Fla.)
Dec 26 Quick Lane Bowl Detroit, MI / 8 PM Eastern Michigan vs. Pittsburgh
Dec 27 Military Bowl Annapolis, MD / Noon North Carolina vs. Temple
Dec 27 Pinstripe Bowl The Bronx, NY / 3:20 PM Michigan State vs. Wake Forest
Dec 27 Texas Bowl Houston, TX / 6:45 PM No. 25 Oklahoma State vs. Texas A&M
Dec 27 Holiday Bowl San Diego, CA / TBA No. 16 Iowa vs. No. 22 Southern California
Dec 27 Cheez-It Bowl Phoenix, AZ / 10:15 PM Air Force vs. Washington State
Dec 28 Camping World Bowl Orlando, FL / Noon No. 15 Notre Dame vs. Iowa State
Dec 30 First Responder Bowl University Park, TX / 12:30 PM Western Kentucky vs. Western Michigan
Dec 30 Music City Bowl Nashville, TN / 4 PM Louisville vs. Mississippi State
Dec 30 Redbox Bowl Santa Clara, CA / TBA California vs. Illinois
Dec 31 Belk Bowl Charlotte, NC / Noon Kentucky vs. Virginia Tech
Dec 31 Sun Bowl El Paso, TX / 2 PM Arizona State vs. Florida State
Dec 31 Arizona Bowl Tucson, AZ / 4:30 PM Georgia State vs. Wyoming
Dec 31 Alamo Bowl San Antonio, TX / 7:30 PM No. 11 Utah vs. Texas
Dec 31 Liberty Bowl Mephis, TN / 3:45 PM Kansas State vs. Navy
Jan 1 Outback Bowl Tampa, FL / 1 PM No. 12 Auburn vs. No. 18 Minnesota
Jan 1 Citrus Bowl Orlando, FL / 1 PM No. 13 Alabama vs. No. 14 Michigan
Jan 2 Birmingham Bowl Birmingham, AL / 3 PM No. 21 Cincinnati vs. Boston College
Jan 2 Gator Bowl Jacksonville, FL / 7 PM Indiana vs. Tennessee
Jan 3 Idaho Potato Bowl Boise, ID / 3:30 PM Nevada vs. Ohio
Jan 4 Armed Forces Bowl Fort Worth, TX / 11:30 AM Southern Miss vs. Tulane
Jan 6 LendingTree Bowl Mobile, AL / 7:30 PM Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Miami (Ohio)

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