User Avatar
Asked by Ayden Lebsack
College Football
Football - American

Was Joe Burrow's 2019-2020 season the best ever by a college QB?


User Avatar
Dustin Marks
6 days ago

It’s hard to argue otherwise. In his national championship win last night, he passed Colt Brennan on the all-time list for passing touchdowns in a single season, with 60; he also posted the second-best completion percentage (76.3), the third most passing yards (5,671), and the highest-ever passing efficiency rating (202) in a single season. If you’re a skeptic, you can check those stats here.

Perhaps most telling, none of the quarterbacks in the top five of the above statistical categories won the national championship that season...besides Joe Burrow. In the national title game, he set the record for most total touchdowns and combined yards in the BCS/CFP era.

User Avatar
Chris Hawkins
5 days ago
Yes. Sure, it doesn't hurt he was surrounded with amazing talent, but that's a chicken-egg argument of sorts, because how much better was the talent because of him and vice versa. Those stats are amazing, and it's not like college hasn't been in the run-and-gun era for ages. He also plays in the SEC so he had legit competition vs. playing a bunch of cupcakes all year.
It was he was so much better than last year
User Avatar
Gavin Davis
3 days ago
Obviously. Theres never been a team like the '19-'20 LSU Tigers. Undefeated while beating 10 of the top ranked teams, and lead in almost every stat possible
His 2019 season, one of the best ever for a college quarterback, ended in picture-perfect fashion as he waited for his press conference Monday night after LSU won the national title, uniform on and a cigar in his soon-to-be million-dollar right hand. Your blog is useful for me. Especially I like this post, going to practice this exercise to build my core strength. this is very good to practice