With its 42-25 victory against No. 3 Clemson, a team that had won its previous 29 games over 741 days, LSU made its pitch to stand among the greatest teams in 150 years of college football. This LSU team that fought to the program’s fourth national championship played the game the way it has played all season — a brand of decidedly 21st-century football replete with big plays, a passing game as unstoppable as it is irresistible, and a quarterback who tortured Clemson with his arm and, when LSU really needed it, his feet.
“This team is going to be mentioned as one of the greatest teams in college football history,” Orgeron said, “15-0, as one of the greatest teams in LSU history.
“But that’s for you guys to decide.”
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