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Burrow's dominant 8-TD game sends LSU to title game (2:36)

Joe Burrow throws for seven touchdowns and runs for one, leading LSU to a dominant win over Oklahoma 63-28. (2:36)

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Burrow slings 7 TDs in the first half vs. Oklahoma (2:05)

Joe Burrow comes out firing, throwing seven touchdowns -- including four to Justin Jefferson -- in a dominant first-half performance. (2:05)

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Joe Burrow's NFL draft profile (2:49)

Take a look at highlights from Joe Burrow's senior season at LSU, during which he won the Heisman Trophy and led the Tigers to a No. 1 ranking. (2:49)

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Burrow has legendary performance in Peach Bowl win (0:26)

Joe Burrow puts on a clinic in LSU's Peach Bowl win vs. Oklahoma, tossing a College Football Playoff-record seven touchdowns and adding a rushing score. (0:26)

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Hurts jogs off the field for final time (0:19)

Jalen Hurts jogs off the field, finishing his college career. (0:19)

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Hurts flies for TD (0:41)

On fourth down, Jalen Hurts flies just past the pylon to grab the third touchdown for the Sooners. (0:41)

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Burrow runs in for TD (0:24)

Joe Burrow goes away from throwing touchdowns and instead runs in for one to start the second half for LSU. (0:24)

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Burrow throws CFP-record 7th TD in first half (0:28)

Joe Burrow sets a College Football Playoff record, throwing his seventh touchdown of the game, all in the first half. (0:28)

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Moss catches Burrow's 6th TD of first half (1:05)

Thaddeus Moss, son of NFL Hall of Famer Randy Moss, is the recipient of Joe Burrow's sixth touchdown of the first half. (1:05)

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Hurts calls his own number for TD (0:30)

Jalen Hurts keeps the ball himself and rushes into the end zone for an Oklahoma touchdown. (0:30)

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Jefferson hauls in record 4th TD of first half (0:28)

Justin Jefferson ties the FBS bowl record with four receiving touchdowns in a half as No. 1 LSU takes it to No. 4 Oklahoma. (0:28)

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Vincent rises for the incredible INT for LSU (0:46)

Jalen Hurts attempts the trick-play pass, but leaves the ball in the air too long and is picked off by LSU defender Kary Vincent Jr. (0:46)

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Burrow and Jefferson connect for a third TD (0:38)

Joe Burrow scrambles and goes deep to Justin Jefferson for the 42-yard touchdown. (0:38)

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Radley-Hiles ejected for targeting on cheap shot (1:35)

Brendan Radley-Hiles is ejected for targeting after taking a shot to a defenseless Clyde Edwards-Helaire in the second quarter. (1:35)

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Burrow, Jefferson connect for 2nd TD of day (0:39)

Joe Burrow throws a dime to Justin Jefferson as LSU scores their third touchdown of the first quarter. (0:39)

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Burrow somehow finds Marshall for the catch (0:40)

Joe Burrow scrambles all the way to the sideline and somehow completes the pass to Terrace Marshall Jr. for the 24-yard gain. (0:40)

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Riley fired up after no-call on potential pass interference (0:39)

Jadon Haselwood attempts to catch Jalen Hurts' pass, but is hindered by a LSU defender with no penalty called by the referees. (0:39)

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Burrow scrambles, finds Marshall in end zone (0:29)

Joe Burrow scrambles to avoid a defender, then threads the needle to Terrace Marshall Jr. in the end zone for the LSU touchdown. (0:29)

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Lamb's circus catch sets up OU TD (0:53)

Oklahoma's CeeDee Lamb hauls in an unreal one-handed catch to set up a 3-yard Kennedy Brooks touchdown late in the first quarter. (0:53)

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Jefferson dives for first LSU score (0:29)

LSU drives right down the field on Oklahoma as Justin Jefferson dives for the end zone on a 19-yard touchdown to open the scoring. (0:29)

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Hurts: Loss to LSU is not a good feeling (0:58)

Jalen Hurts says he failed to fulfill his promise to Lincoln Riley that he would win Oklahoma a national championship. (0:58)

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Burrow: 8-TD performance wasn't my sharpest game (2:01)

Joe Burrow reflects on his historic eight-touchdown performance against Oklahoma in the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl, admitting he's still seeking the "perfect" game. (2:01)

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Burrow: This was expected from us (0:35)

Joe Burrow explains that it's going to be a lot of fun playing in New Orleans for the CFP National Championship. (0:35)

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Orgeron: Ensminger is getting the game ball (1:17)

LSU head coach Ed Orgeron says the game ball will go to offensive coordinator Steve Ensminger, who lost his daughter-in-law earlier on Saturday. (1:17)