College Football Weekly MVP’S – Week #9!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger
2019 COLLEGE FOOTBALL WEEKLY MVP WEEK #9
SUPER ELITE 13 DUAL QUARTERBACK MVP’S WEEK #9
TOP 12 ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING BACK MVP’S WEEK #9
TOP 10 ALL-PURPOSE WIDE RECEIVERS WEEK #9
SUPER ELITE TOP 30 DEFENSIVE MVP’S – WEEK #9
TOP 3 KICKER/PUNTER MVP’S – WEEK #9
MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!
Through The First Nine Weeks of The 2019 Season, There Were Some Huge Changes In The Heisman Trophy Favorites! After Week #8, According to The Caesars Sportbook The Top Six Were: QB Joe Burrow, QB Tua Tagovailoa, QB Jalen Hurts, RB Jonathan Taylor, QB Justin Fields, and WR CeeDee Lamb; While QB Sam Ehlinger and QB Justin Herbert Were Other Heisman Trophy Candidates.
After Nine Games, The Top Seven Heisman Trophy Candidates Were QB Joe Burrow, QB Jalen Hurts, DE Chase Young, QB Tua Tagovailoa, QB Justin Fields, AP/RB J.K. Dobbins, and QB Justin Herbert.
SIDEBAR I: Week #9 SUPER ELITE 13 DUAL/QUARTERBACK MVP’S INCLUDE: Dual/QB Kedon Slovis (6-2, 200, 4.66) With 406-Yards, 4 TD, and a 171.1 QB Rating, Dual/QB Peyton Ramsey (6-2, 216, 4.56) With 393-Yards, 3 TD, and a 152.7 QB Rating, Dual/QB Joe Mancuso (6-4, 215, 4.62, 32, 4.1) With 375-Yards, 3 TD, and a 158.8 QB Rating, Dual/QB Case Cookus (6-4, 205, 4.72) With 375-Yards, 2 TD, and a 149,0 QB Rating, Dual/QB Joe Burrow (6-4, 216, 4.62) With 352-Yards, 2 TD, and a 143.5 QB Rating, Dual/QB Max Duggan (6-2, 190, 4.52) With 345-Yards, 3 TD, and a 172.3 QB Rating, Dual/QB J’Mar Smith (6-1, 226, 4.72) With 338-Yards, TD, and a 192.3 QB Rating, Dual/QB Chris Helbig (6-4, 218, 4.66) With 5 TD, 332-Yards, and a 214.8 QB Rating, Dual/QB Trevor Lawrence (6-6, 220, 4.62) With 317-Yards, 5 TD, and a 257.9 QB Rating, Dual/QB Kellen Mond (6-4, 225, 4.46) With 310-Yards, 5 TD, and a 202.4 QB Rating, Dual/QB Johnny Langan (6-4, 232, 4.66) With 310-Yards 3 TD, and a 179.7 QB Rating, Dual/QB/WR Lynn Bowden, Jr (6-1, 199, 4.42) With 258-Yards, and 2 TD, Dual/QB Skyler Thompson (6-2, 212, 4.56) With 252-Yards, 4 TD, and a 257.9 QB Rating.
SIDEBAR II: Week #9 TOP 12 ALL-PURPOSE/RUNNING BACK MVP’S INCLUDE: AP/RB C.J. Verdell (5-9, 210, 4.33) With an Incredible 313-Yards and 3 Touchdowns, AP/RB Aaron Dykes (5-11, 185, 4.32) With 260-Yards of Total Offense, Including Touchdown Runs of 100-Yards and 88-Yards, AP/RB Elijah Dotson (6-0, 185, 4.42) With 226-Yards and 3 Touchdowns, AP/RB J.K. Dobbins (5-10, 217, 4.42) With 221-Yards and 2 Touchdowns, AP/RB Zack Moss (5-10, 222, 4.44) With 204-Yards and 3 Touchdowns, AP/RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1) With 187-Yards and 1 Touchdown, AP/FB Jamale Carathers (5-9, 203, 4.48) With 185-Yards and 3 Touchdowns, AP/RB James Robinson (5-10, 220, 4.44) With 183-Yards and 2 TD, AP/RB/QB Cam Akers (5-11, 212, 4.42) With 171-Yards and 4 TD, RB Joshua Kelley (5-11, 219, 4.42) With 164-Yards Rushing and 4 Touchdowns, RB Kevin Mensah (5-9, 198, 4.44) With 164-Yards and 5 Touchdowns, and RB Tre Harbison (5-11, 215) With 158-Yards and 2 TD.
SIDEBAR III: Week #9 ELITE TOP 10 ALL-PURPOSE/WIDE RECEIVER MVP’S INCLUDE: AP/WR Avante Cox (5-10, 175, 4.42) With 255-Yards and 3 TD, AP/SLOT/WR Whop Philyor (5-11, 178, 4.38) With 180-Yards, AP/WR Antonio Gibson (6-2, 221, 4.44, 36) With 175-Yards and 1 TD, WR Jauan Jennings (6-3, 218, 4.46) With 174-Yards and 2 TD, AP/WR Sage Surratt (6-2, 215, 4.41) With 170-Yards, AP/WR Marquez Callaway (6-2, 204, 4.42) With 167-Yards and 1 TD, WR Keyston Fuller (5-11, 195, 4.46) With 161-Yards and 1 TD, WR Isaiah Weston (6-4, 208, 4.41) With 157-Yards and 2 TD, WR Michael Pittman (6-4, 225, 4.42) With 156-Yards and 2 TD, AP/WR Connor Wedington (6-0, 200, 4.38) With 150-Yards and 2 TD.
SIDEBAR IV: Week #9 SUPER ELITE TOP 30 DEFENSIVE MVP’S Include: EDGE RUSH DE Chase Young (6-5, 265, 4.56) With An Incredible 4 Sacks and 5 TFL, EDGE RUSH DE Jayson Oweh (6-5, 255, 4.33) With 2 Sacks and 2 Forced Fumbles, EDGE RUSH DE Leighton McCarty (6-3, 225, 4.56) With 2 Sacks, S-DE Jason Strowbridge (6-5, 285, 4.76) With 1.5 Sacks, 2.5 TFL, and 1 Fumble Recovery, S-DE Calvin Taylor, Jr (6-9, 310, 5.1) With 2 Sacks and 1 Forced Fumble, S-DE Ja’Quon Griffin (6-0, 276, 5.12) With 1 Sack and 1 Fumble Recovery, S-DE Milton Williams (6-4, 271, 5.02) With 1 Sack and 1 Fumble Recovery, S-DE Chancey Golston (6-5, 275, 4.92) With 1 Interception, 2.5 TFL, DT Marvin Wilson (6-5, 311, 4.92) With 2 Sacks and 3 TFL, DT Daviyon Nixon (6-3, 309, 4.96) With 2 Sacks, DT Marcus Brown (6-2, 302, 5.12) With 2 Sacks, DT Leki Fotu (6-5, 325, 5.05) With 1 Sack and 1.5 TFL, MLB Monty Montgomery (5-11, 218, 4.62) With 2 Sacks, MLB Richard McBryde (6-1, 232, 4.66) With 1 Sack and 1 Fumble Recovery, MLB Darrell Taylor (6-4, 255, 4,52) With 2 Sacks, MLB Chazz Surratt (6-3, 230, 4.5) With Game-High 12 Tackles, 1 Sack. and Goal-Line Interception With 14 Seconds Left in Tie Game, MLB Daniel Bituli (6-3, 252, 4.72) Game-High 15 Tackles, Including 11 Solo, and 29-Yard punt Return For TD, MLB Diego Fagot (6-3, 256, 4.66) With 1 Sack and 1 17-Yard Interception For Touchdown, SS Patrick Nelson (6-0, 216, 4.46) With 2.5 Sacks, SS Jeremy Chinn (6-2, 212, 4.42) With 2 Sacks, SS Malcolm Rodriguez (6-0, 205, 4.4) With a Game-High 11 Tackles and 26-Yard Interception For Touchdown, FS Hamsah Nasirildeen (6-4,325, 4.42) With Game-High 17 tackles, 9 Solo Tackles, and 1 Sack, FS Jacoby Stevens (6-1, 228, 4.44) With Team-High 10 Tackles and 6 Solo Tackles, CB Paulson Adebo (6-1, 190, 4.33) With 2 Interceptions, CB Daxton Hill (6-0, 190, 4.36, 38, 4.13) 2 Fumble Recoveries, CB Amik Robertson (5-9, 185, 4.38) With 1 Sack and 1 Fumble Recovery, CB Austin Evans (6-1, 190, 4.42) With Team-High 7 Tackles, 2 Fumble Recoveries, 1 Forced Fumble, 0.5 Sack, and 1 TFL, CB Josh Hayes (5-11, 186, 4.44) With 6 Solo Tackles and Key Interception on The 15-Yard Line With 4:55 Left and The Score Tied at 16-16 in a 23-16 Victory, CB Devin Morris (6-1, 192, 4.36, 36, 4.11) With 1 Sack and 1 Interception, CB Carlton Johnson (6-0, 155, 4.22) With 2 Interceptions, Including a 67-Yard Interception For TD With 1:14 Left in The Game.
SIDEBAR V: Week #9 TOP 3 KICKER/PUNTER MVP’S Include: KICKER Justin Rohrwasser (6-2, 230) With Game-Winning 53-Yard Field Goal With No Time Left In Huge Upset 26-23 Victory, KICKER Camden Lewis (6-0, 203) With Game-Winning 26-Yard Field Goal With No Time Left In Huge 37-35 Victory, and KICKER Luis Aguilar (6-1, 190) With Game-Winning 39-Yard Field Goal With 4-Seconds Left In Huge 31-29 Victory.
#6 ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING BACK
CLYDE EDWARDS HELAIRE – LSU TIGERS
The LSU Tigers (8-0, 4-0 SEC) Have Been Extremely, Incredible All of This 2019 Football Season and For Them To Be Ranked #1 in The Country and To-Have a Heisman Trophy Award Candidate is One of The Biggest Miracles To Ever Happen in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and A Couple of People Are Directly Responsible For Both Miracles.
In Fact, This LSU Tigers 23-20 Victory Over The Auburn Tigers, Absolutely Guaranteed The LSU Tigers That They Would Be Unbeaten as They Faced Their SEC Rival, The University of Alabama Crimson Tide Which Would Also Be Undefeated. Both Teams Would Meet as The #1 and #2 Teams in The Country on November 9 at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
The Two People That Are Mainly Responsible For All of These Miracles For The LSU Tigers are Heisman Trophy Award Candidate Quarterback Joe Burrow and The New LSU Tigers Quarterback Coach Joe Brady, but There Has Also Been Some Other Unbelievable Offensive Skill Players, Including Fabulous Wide Receivers and Running Backs That From Time-To-Time Will Produce Incredible Performances When They Get Their Chance.
I Have Watched All Eight LSU Tiger Games and I Have Been Unbelievably Impressed With Running Back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (#22) Who Seems To-Always Be Going at 110-Per-Cent on Every Play.
TRI-MVP Joe Burrow and His Unbelievable Wide Receivers Have Already Broken Most of The LSU Tigers Passing Records, and They Are On-Their Way For More. Since The Wide Receivers Are So Outstanding, The Question is To-Wonder Why LSU Tigers Offensive Coordinator Steve Ensminger and Quarterback Coach Joe Brady would ever Need Help from Their Running Back Crew, but in This Game Against The Auburn Tigers, The LSU Tigers Passing Game Needed Some Help!
In The Third Quarter, The LSU Tigers Were Trailing 13-10, but They Got The Football at The Auburn Tigers 45-Yard Line. The Tigers Last Two Possessions Had Stalled Inside The Auburn 5-Yard Line with a Turnover on downs and an Interception, but LSU Tigers Head Coach Ed Orgeron, Ensminger, and Brady Felt Like They Had Completely Worn-Down The Ferocious and Great Auburn Defensive Front.
“You Really Never Know When It Is Going to be your time,” Clyde Edwards-Helaire said and Smiled.
Enter TRI-MVP Clyde Edwards-Helaire and He Broke For a 22-Yard run to get the drive Started. Then The Tigers Went Right Back to Clyde and he Ran and Juked Several Auburn Tiger Defenders and on His Way in Leading The Tigers To a Victory and Giving The Tigers The Victory That Gave Them The 8-0 Record and Set Them-Up With a Showdown With The Alabama Crimson Tide at Alabama in Two Weeks with The SEC Championship Title At-Stake.
“It’s a Special Moment,” Edwards-Helaire said. “And Understanding It Was My Time in The Game and Then The Touchdown, It Is a Moment That I Grew-Up Always Wanting Something Like This.”
Junior Clyde Edwards-Helaire (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1) From Baton Rouge Catholic, Louisiana Finished The Game With 136-Yards Rushing and a Touchdown and He Also Caught 3 Passes For Another 51-Yards, Giving Him 187-Yards of All-Purpose Yards and a Touchdown. Edwards-Helaire Also Averaged an Incredible 9.8-Yards Per Touch.
The Thing That Has Impressed Me All Season About Edwards-Helaire (#22) is His Ability To-Juke Away or To-Spin Away From Defenders. With His 4.37 Forty and Incredible 4.1 Pro-Shuttle, His Unbelievable Quickness is Uncanny. A Couple Times in This Game, (And In The Photo) Edwards-Helaire Is Changing Directions at a 90-Degree Angle and Getting Extra Yardage.
Also at 5-8, Many Times at The Start of The Play, is Hidden Behind His Offensive Linemen and He is Out of Site For Defenders To-See Him Before He is Already Past Them.
“Clyde Made Some Really Key Plays,” Coach Orgeron added. “He Made Some Key First Downs. Clyde enabled us To-Run The football and He Made a Difference.”
“It’s a Big Thing For Me, Especially Being from Baton Rouge and Also an Understanding That I have a lot of people in the stands,” Edwards-Helaire said. “Being able to take over a Game like this is Something Special.”
Another Amazing Thing About Edwards-Helaire is That It Is Not a Coincidence That His Best Two Weekly MVP Games Have Been Against The Two Best SEC Defenses That The LSU Tigers Have Played All of This Season.
He Received His First Weekly MVPin Week #6 Against The Florida Gators When He Rushed For 134-Yards and 2 Touchdowns and Returned 3 Kickoffs For Another 20-Yards, Giving Him 154-Yards of All-Purpose Yardage and 2 Touchdowns in The Tigers 42-28 Victory.
Edwards-Helaire Rushed for 134-Yards and Had 154-Yards of All-Purpose Yards Against Florida and Then Rushed For 136-Yards and Had 187-Yards of Total All-Purpose Yards Against Auburn. His Other 100-Yard Game Was Against Vanderbilt When He Rushed For 106-Yards, Caught a 1-Yard Touchdown Pass, and Returned 3 Kickoffs For 22-Yards, Giving Him 129-Yards of All-Purpose Yards, in The 66-38 Victory.
The Florida Gators and The Auburn Tigers Actually Dared The LSU Tigers To-Use Their Running Backs and Run The Football Against Them and Clyde Edwards-Helaire and His Offensive Line Blockers Obliged.
This Unbelievable Breakout Performances For Clyde Edwards-Helaire Against The Auburn Tigers Might Have Been a Huge Surprise For The SEC Opposing Defenses and LSU Tiger Fans or Other Fans in The Stands or on TV, but not to The LSU Tiger Players and Coaches.
“Clyde Expanded Our Offense Today,” said Super LSU Tigers Wide Receiver Ja’Marr Chase said. “Either They Could Stuff The Box or They Play Off Us. So Clyde did a Great Job Today.”
“Clyde Opened It-Up a Lot,” said Another Fellow Super LSU Tigers Wide Receiver Justin Jefferson. “They Were Dropping a lot of Defensive Backs and only Rushing Their Front Four. Clyde is Definitely a Great Running Back, and He Did His Thing Tonight.”
“They Had Seen Clyde In Practice Going Back to The Fall. All of The Defenders Who Had To-Tackle Him in Practice Knew How Slippery That Clyde Could be in The Open Field,” said LSU Tigers Head Coach Orgeron. John Robinson, a Consultant to Coach Orgeron, Thought That Edwards-Helaire Reminded Him of Some of The All-Time Great Running Backs That He Had Coached at The University of Southern California.
#5 DUAL THREAT PASSING QUARTERBACK
JOE BURROW – LSU TIGERS
The LSU Tigers Senior Transfer Quarterback Joe Burrow (#9) Had Another Incredible Game, but Not as Great as The Previous Seven, But He Still Completed 32 of 42 Passes For 321-Yards and 1 Touchdown and he Rushed For Another 31-Yards and Another Touchdown, Giving Him 352-Yards of Total Offense and 2 Touchdowns. Burrow Also Had a 143.5 Quarterback Rating, Which Was His Lowest Quarterback Rating of The Year.
In The Game Last Week Against The Mississippi State Bulldogs, Burrow Completed 25 of 32 Passes For 327-Yards and 4 Touchdown Passes, which Also Included The LSU Tigers School Record (30 Touchdown Passes) For Touchdown Passes in a Single Season. Burrow Also Had an Incredible 205.2 Quarterback Rating.
In Fact, Heisman Trophy Award Candidate Quarterback Joe Burrow (6-4, 216, 4.62) Had a 231.3 Quarterback Rating Against The Florida Gators, and a 185.3 Quarterback Rating Against TheUtah State Aggies, and a 230.1 Quarterback Rating Against The Vanderbilt Commodores. Burrow Has Led The LSU Tigers To an 8-0 Season Record, and He Has Recorded 2,805-Yards Passing Yardage, 30 Touchdown Passes, and Has Recorded a Sensational 188.1 Quarterback Rating, For His Eight Games.
In Their Opening SEC Conference Game and a 66-38 Victory over The Vanderbilt Commodores, Burrow Completed 25 of 34 passes for 398-yards and an Incredible and Mind-Boggling 6 Touchdowns Burrow also Recorded Another Incredible 230.1 Quarterback Rating.
On Monday, After That Saturday Game, Burrow Was Named as The SEC Conference Offensive Player of The Week For Week Four After Also Being Named as SEC Offensive Player of The Three of Four Weeks. Only Two Other LSU Tiger Players in LSU History Have Won The SEC Conference Offensive Player of The Week Award. Those Two Included Quarterback Tommy Hudson in 1989 and Quarterback JaMarcus Russell in 2006.
In Passing For 6 Touchdowns, Burrow Broke Another LSU School Record For Touchdown Passes in a Single Game, Breaking his Own Record of 5 Touchdowns in One Game. Burrow Was Also Named To The Louisiana Sports Writers Louisiana Offensive Player of The Week For The Fourth Week.
Joe Burrow Was Really Unbelievable in The First Half as He Was Trying To Impress The Heisman Trophy Voters As He Completed 18 of 24 Passes for An Amazing 357-Yards and 4 Touchdowns. These Impressive 357-Yards Passing Were the Most in a First Half by an SEC Conference Player Against an SEC Conference Defense in at Least the Last 15 Years. The Burrow Performance, Came With The LSU Tigers New Run/Pass Option Offense Came Only Days After His Heisman Trophy Award Odds In Las Vegas Had Surged.
Also, in Game #6, Against The #7 Florida Gators, Burrow Completed an Incredible 21 of 24 Passes For 293-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and He Also Rushed For Another 43-Yards, Giving Him 336-Yards and 3 Touchdowns in The LSU Tigers 42-28 Victory and With His Outstanding and Incredible 231.3 Quarterback Rating Against The #7 Gators and This Game Also Vigorously Stepped-Him-Up As The Heisman Trophy Award Candidate Favorite.
After an Impressive 42-28 Victory Over #7 Florida, The LSU Tigers Moved up to The #2 Ranking in The CFB National Rankings. With Burrow Making a Statement in The Florida Game With His 293-Yards, 3 Touchdowns and a 87.5 Completion Percentage, The Joe Burrow Heisman Trophy Award Candidate Favorite Campaign Was on The Rise.
After The Mississippi State Bulldogs Game, Some Scouts and Sportswriters Were Saying That The LSU Tigers Should Be The #1 Spot Over Alabama, That Was Two Weeks Ago and After The Auburn Victory, The LSU Tigers Now Have The #1 Spot.
Burrow is Not Only The Heisman Trophy Award Candidate Favorite, He is Totally Responsible For The LSU Tigers Turnaround on Offense and The LSU Tigers Rank #1 In The Country with a 46.8 Average Points Scored Per Game.
Burrow Has Also Been Named as One of 20 Semi-Finalists For The Maxwell Player of The Year Award and He Has Led The LSU Tigers To Three Victories Over Top 10 Opponents and in The Process, Burrow Has Been Named as The SEC Offensive Player of The Week For Four Weeks, Which is Another an LSU Tiger School Record. Burrow Also Has Been Named To Our College Football Weekly Award Six Times.
Three Finalists For The Maxwell Player of The Year Award Will Be Announced on November 5 and The Winner Will Be Announced on December 12. No LSU Tiger Player Has Ever Won The Maxwell Player of The Year Award.
In This Auburn Tigers Game, TRI-MVP Joe Burrow, Along With His TRI-MVPAP/RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire With 187-Yards of All-Purpose Yardage and TRI-MVP FS Jacoby Stevens (6-1, 228, 4.44) With a Team-High 10 Tackles and 6 Solo Tackles, and With All of His Unbelievable Wide Receivers Who Have Already Broken Most All of The LSU Tigers Passing Records, and They Are On-Their Way For More.
The Amazing Thing About All of This, Is The Fact That Joe Burrow and His Great Wide Receivers Only Took Seven Games In The 2019 Season To-Break The LSU Tigers All-Time Season Touchdown School Record For Touchdown Passes in Only Seven Games. The 30 Touchdown Amount Ranks #1 in The LSU Tigers All-Time School History.
In Fact, Joe Burrow and His Outstanding Wide Receivers Are On-Pace To-Break Every Single Season Passing Record in The LSU Tigers All-Time School History. Burrow is Also Still Tied With Quarterback Rohan Davey For The Most 300-Yard Passing Games in a Single Season With Six 300-Yard Passing Games.
Since The Wide Receivers Are So Outstanding, The Question is To-Wonder Why LSU Tigers Offensive Coordinator Steve Ensminger and Quarterback Coach Joe Brady would ever Need Help from Their Running Back Crew, but in This Game Against The Auburn Tigers, The LSU Tigers Passing Game Needed Some Help!
With Their Unbelievable Impressive Spread Passing Offense Formation, The LSU Tigers Had Not Previously Scored Less Than 36-Points in Their First Seven Previous Games of This Football Season, but The Terrific Auburn Defense Put a Lot of Really Tough Pressure on Burrow and Had Actually Sacked Him Three Times.
Although The LSU Tigers Outstanding Prolific, Spread Offense Actually Recorded 508-Yards in This Game, They Did Not Come-Close To Approaching Their 50.1-Point Scoring Average Per Game Against The Aggressive and Impressive Auburn Tigers Defense That Stopped Several LSU Tiger Drives Into Their Territory with Two Fourth-Down Stops and an Interception and It Was Obvious That The LSU Tigers Passing Game Still Needed Some Help!.
In The Third Quarter, The LSU Tigers Were Trailing 13-10, but They Got The Football at The Auburn Tigers 45-Yard Line. On The Tigers Last Two Possessions They Had Stalled Inside The Auburn5-Yard Line with a Turnover on Downs and an Interception, but LSU Tigers Head Coach Ed Orgeron, Offensive Coordinator/Coach Ensminger, and Quarterback Coach Joe Brady Felt Like The Tigers Had Completely Worn-Down The Ferocious and Great Auburn Defensive Front and It Was Time To-Put TRI-MVP Running Back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (5-8, 209, 4.37, 40, 4.1), To Work.
This Unbelievable Breakout Performances By Clyde Edwards-Helaire Against The Auburn Tigers Might Have Been a Huge Surprise For The SEC Opposing Defenses and LSU Tiger Fans or Other Fans in The Stands or on TV, But Not To The LSU Tiger Players and Coaches.
In The Auburn Tiger Game, Burrow and Edwards-Helaire Were The Offensive Stars, but Burrow Completed 32 of 42 Passes and His Favorite Target Was Sophomore Ja’Marr Chase (6-1, 205, 4.42, 36.5, 4.09) From Metairie Archbishop Rummel, Louisiana, Who Was a College Weekly CO-MVP in Week #4 and Who Caught 8 Passes for 123-Yards in This Game.
The LSU Tigers Sophomore Wide Receiver Ja’Marr Chase (#1) Was The Main Target For Burrow Against The Vanderbilt Commodores as He Caught an Incredible 7 Passes for 199-Yards and 3 Touchdowns in The First Half, Including a Beautiful 64-Yard Touchdown; plus another 51-Yard Touchdown. Chase Ended The Game With 229-Yards Receiving and 4 Touchdowns and Was Selected as a College Football CO-MVP for Week #4 With Burrow.
The Other Favorite Wide Receiver For Burrow Was Junior Justin Jefferson, Who Was a College Weekly MVP in Week #5. Jefferson Caught 7 Passes for 60-Yards Against The Auburn Tigers. “This Game Was a Real Gut-Check Tonight,” said LSU Tigers Head Coach Ed Orgeron, Praising The Way His LSU Tiger Players Stuck Together. “They Did Not Want To Be Denied.”
From Now-On, SEC Opposing Defenses Will Still Will Probably Try To Drop-Back and Try To Make The LSU Tigers Run The Football as Opposed To Giving The Heisman Trophy Award Candidate/Maxwell Player Award Burrow and His Incredible Wide Receivers The Chance To Score 46.8 Points Per Game, and Add More Points To Their LSU School Records, But Now They Will Know That The LSU Tigers Have a Real Super-Star All-Purpose Running Back Who Can Make Them Pay For Their Decision!
IN THE OFF-SEASON!
In The Off-Season, LSU Tigers Head Football Coach Ed Orgeron Went To LSU Tigers Offensive Coordinator, and a Long-Time Friend of Mine, Steve Ensminger and Told Him: “We Have Got To-Go To THE NEW RUN/PASS SPREAD-OPTION OFFENSE.” Actually, Both Coach Orgeron and Ensminger Are Long-Time Friends of Mine!
Both Orgeron and Ensminger (In Photo) Agreed That The LSU Tigers Needed To-Bring-In A New Coach Who Knew All of THE OPTIONS For This New Run/Pass Spread-Option Offense and Let Him Put This New Explosive LSU Tiger Run/Pass Spread Option Offense Into The Tiger Offensive System.
#1 DUAL THREAT PASSING QUARTERBACK COACH
JOE BURROW – LSU TIGERS
Coach Joe Brady (In Photo) Arrived On The LSU Tiger Campus With The “Expert Knowledge Of The Run-Pass Spread Option Offense” That he had Learned and Had Perfected From Mississippi State Head Football Coach Joe Moorhead When Coach Moorhead Was Offensive Coordinator For The Penn State Nittany Lions. “Joe Brady is The “Brilliant Expert” of This New LSU Offense and He Has Put-In a Lot of New Plays,” LSU Head Football Coach Ed Orgeron Said, But Coach Orgeron Also Stressed: “The New Spread-Option Offense is Still The LSU Offensive Coordinator Ensminger Offense To-Call.”
“I Do Not Have An Ego Problem” When It Comes To-Working On The Spread-Option Offense With Coach Joe Brady,” Said Coach Ensminger.
Although Brady Had Learned The New Explosive LSU Tiger Run/Pass Spread Option Offense at Penn State, When He Was a Graduate Assistant Coach Under Coach Joe Moorhead, Brady Spent the Last Two Football Seasons on The New Orleans Saints Staff, and Working Under The New Orleans Saints Offensive Coordinator Pete Carmichael.
In The 2019 Season, And With The New Explosive LSU Tiger Run/Pass Spread Option Offense, Being So Completely Different, It Give Joe Burrow an “Unbelievable Opportunity” To-Pass for Over 300-Yards in Every Single Game, Including Five Games out of The First Eight Games of The Season Which Put His Name on The Heisman Trophy List.
The New LSU Offense Places as Many as Four or Five Wide Receivers in The Game at The Same Time and it Will Also Guarantee Joe Burrow and The New LSU Spread Offense of Keeping Pressure on The Defenses and Also Guarantee The “Opportunity” For Burrow To-Win The Heisman Trophy Award.
The LSU Tigers Shocked The SEC, College Football, and The Heisman Trophy Voters In Their Opening Two Games With Their New Joe Brady Offense!
THE HEISMAN AWARD FORMULA IS VERY SIMPLE!
The Heisman Trophy Award Formula is Really Very Simple. Find an Outstanding Quarterback on a National Championship Contending Team and They Found Alabama Crimson Tide Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and Clemson Tigers Quarterback Trevor Lawrence and Both of These Quarterbacks Faced Each Other in The 2018 National Championship Game and so They Were The Two Heisman Trophy Award First Candidates and Front-Runners and Favorites For The 2019 Heisman Trophy Award.
Three Other Quarterback Candidates and Transfers Including LSU Tiger Quarterback Joe Burrow; Ohio State Quarterback Transfer Justin Fields; and Alabama Transfer and Oklahoma Quarterback Jalen Hurts. So Burrow, Fields, and Hurts, Along With Tagovailoa Literally Have The Odds in Their Favor To-Win The 2019 Heisman Trophy Award!