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Set numerous NCAA, SEC and LSU records on his way to becoming the most decorated player in LSU football history and only the second Heisman Trophy winner in school history … Guided the Tigers to a 15-0 record and the CFP National Championship in 2019 … Joined Billy Cannon (1959) as LSU's second Heisman Trophy winner, the most prestigious honor in all of college sports … Won nearly every national award for a quarterback in 2019, claiming the Maxwell Award (College Player of the Year), the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award, the Davey O'Brien Award (National Quarterback of the Year), the Manning Award (National Quarterback of the Year), the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, and was named AP National Player of the Year.
Callahan Talks Joe Burrow, The West Coast Offense And Concepts
Before summer vacation, Bengals.com re-convened with offensive coordinator Brian Callahan to talk a little ball. Callahan is so good at it, you just roll the ball out there and he expounds on scouting offenses other than LSU, putting Joe Burrow under center at times, the benefits of playing in a Sean Payton scheme and how he just wants Burrow to be himself while hoping other teams watch the Bengals and end up saying, 'Man, I want Joe Burrow, that's what I want."
Joe Burrow's Silent Spring Broken With Echoes Of A No. 1 Work Ethic
In this virtual offseason, Joe Burrow has begun the Bengals' new era in front of virtually no one at Athens High School's Joe Burrow Stadium. As he repeats the play called by his high school offensive coordinator and throws to his two best receivers from their days at Athens, dad Jimmy Burrow is usually watching. It may be like the old days, but the Bengals see it as the start of their new day.
Bengals Raft of 'A' Draft Grades Courtesy of Captain's 'C'
The Joe Burrow Draft is in the books and fittingly it seems to be as much about intelligence and intangibles as much as it is innate physical talent. They'll have to start calling Bengals director of player personnel Duke Tobin "Captain Obvious." After Burrow, they drafted five more captains and, naturally, the last one, Purdue linebacker Markus Bailey, is a co-captain pursuing his master's in leadership to end a draft CBS made them the big winner, and The Sporting News gave them an A-plus while USA Today, Sports Illustrated and SB Nation all weighed in at A-minus.
Bengaldom Expands With Selection Of Burrow
For the record, Adam Luehrman, one of Joe Burrow's very favorite receivers growing up in Athens, Ohio, long before the Heisman and Boosie and back when he wore No. 10, often wears a Bengals hat and Ohio University shirt. But when he ducked into a convenient store Friday, he noticed he had some company. "There are a lot more Bengals fans here now," Luehrman confirmed the day after the Joe Jubilee.
Bengals Booth Podcast: Smooth Operator
It's the "Smooth Operator" edition of the Bengals Booth Podcast as Dave Lapham joins Dan Hoard to discuss Joe Burrow and look at the players that are still available for Cincinnati in round two. Plus, Hoard interviews Boomer Esiason about the new Bengals quarterback.
State Of Euphoria As Joe Burrow Comes Home No. 1
You know you're big when an American governor tweets you in the middle of a pandemic that has shut down everything but the NFL Draft. How big is Joe Burrow? Once Mike DeWine got the word, Thursday night that Cincinnati had kicked off the most viewed and necessary sports event in years by taking Burrow No. 1, he went to his feed to congratulate his fellow "Ohioan," and told the world he can't wait to see him play.
Inside The Pick: How Joe Burrow Turned Into a Virtual Lock
The Bengals selected LSU quarterback Joe Burrow as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. How the franchise came to the decision that Burrow was too good to pass up and an inside look at the decision-making process leading up to draft day.
Not Even Close, But A Cigar As Bengals Take Joe Burrow No. 1
Despite late trade rumors and early speculation book-ending a canceled pro day and virtual reality, the Bengals did Thursday night what everybody said they were going to do for the past four months when they took LSU quarterback Joe Burrow with the first pick in the NFL's first-ever remote draft.