Run Joe Run! Burrow ‘cut loose’ at Texas A&M, and he’ll keep running 

If there was something good that came out of LSU’s hell of a night at Texas A&M last month, it was that quarterback Joe Burrow proved again he is a gifted runner in the 74-72, seven-overtime loss to the Aggies.

With tailback Nick Brossette only having marginal success with 61 yards on 16 carries and Clyde Edwards-Helaire gaining just three yards on three carries, Burrow was most often the Tigers’ best weapon on the ground.

He gained 100 net yards rushing with three touchdowns on 29 carries around six sacks for negative 32 yards. In the overtime periods alone, Burrow rushed nine times for 47 yards and LSU’s last two touchdowns four and 10 yards out.

 

 

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