Joe Burrow, the LSU Tigers' supremely talented quarterback, had an incredible game against the No. 4 Oklahoma Sooners, throwing for seven touchdowns and scoring one himself. The 2019 Heisman winner set the record for most passing TDs in a College Football Playoff game (and in LSU's history). Burrow's masterful performance led his team to a dominant 63-28 win.
Burrow, a projected top pick in this year's NFL draft, was supremely confident after defeating the Sooners, and had an amazing zinger after the victory.
Talk about confidence. The 23-year-old senior is having an incredible season, so it's easy to see why he's sounding like a man among boys.
Burrow has football in his blood. His grandfather played at Mississippi State, his uncle played at Ole Miss, and his two brothers and father played at Nebraska. His father also played in the NFL, CFL, and has been a coach for over 40 years.
However, nobody predicted that he would be this good. His father said it's like a dream come true.
If Burrow is this good at predicting outcomes, you can pretty much count on LSU taking down Clemson in the national championship game.