Heisman Watch: Joe Burrow ranked in top 10 of SEC’s Top Candidates for 2019

It is universally agreed that the Tiger QB stepped into his starting role last year and was one of the bigger surprises in the first month of 2018.

The former Ohio State Buckeye ended up having a few bumps in the road but still led LSU to a 10-3 season and threw for 307, 270 and 394 yards with nine touchdowns and one interception in his last three games.

He should be steadier this season as he’ll have his top five targets back for his use.

 

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