Quarterback Jayden Daniels, who helped guide the Tigers to the SEC Western Division title, was named the winner of the Charles McClendon Most Valuable Player Award here Sunday night as LSU held its annual Football Awards Show.
In his first year with the Tigers, Daniels rushed for 818 yards and 11 TDs and added another 2,774 yards and 16 scores through the air. He accounted for 3,592 yards of total offense, the third-highest total in school history. He’s the first quarterback in the modern-day era of LSU football to lead the Tigers in rushing.
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