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Burrow sets SEC records, leads LSU past Texas A&M (2:18)

QB Joe Burrow throws for 352 yards and three touchdowns in LSU's win over Texas A&M while also setting the SEC record for passing yards in a season and tying the league's TD mark. (2:18)

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LSU drops 50 on Texas A&M en route to 12-0 record (1:50)

QB Joe Burrow and the second-ranked Tigers surpass 550 yards of offense against the Aggies and roll into the SEC Championship Game with a perfect record. (1:50)

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Burrow ties SEC record for TD passes in a season (0:35)

Joe Burrow passes to Ja'Marr Chase for an 18-yard touchdown, which gives Burrow 44 total TD passes on the season, tying a SEC record. (0:35)

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Burrow sets SEC record for passing yards in a season (0:35)

Joe Burrow connects with Clyde Edwards-Helaire for an 11-yard pass, giving Burrow the most passing yards in a single season for a SEC QB. (0:35)

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LSU's Davis-Price muscles in for the TD (0:28)

LSU RB Tyrion Davis-Price receives the handoff and powers his way in for the touchdown. (0:28)

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Burrow finds Chase in stride for 78-yard TD (0:40)

Joe Burrow lobs a pass deep downfield to Ja'Marr Chase, who catches and flies across the goal line to complete a 78-yard touchdown play. (0:40)

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Texas A&M player appears to fake injury (0:35)

Before Joe Burrow can snap the ball, Texas A&M LB Buddy Johnson falls to the ground, causing play to stop. (0:35)

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Burrow finds Jefferson for a wide-open TD (0:22)

Joe Burrow tosses a 12-yards pass into the end zone to a wide-open Justin Jefferson for the touchdown. (0:22)

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LSU's Edwards-Helaire manuevers his way in for TD (0:35)

LSU RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire takes the hand off and finds his way for a five-yard touchdown run to score on the Tigers' opening drive. (0:35)

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Burrow breaks records on senior night (1:24)

Heisman candidate Joe Burrow breaks SEC record for most passing yards in a season and says the love from the state and the university is unbelievable. (1:24)

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Coach O says Tigers played best game of the season (0:38)

No. 2 LSU head coach Ed Orgeron says he is very grateful for Joe Burrow and is proud of the way the state of Louisiana has welcomed him. (0:38)