1. WHAT WE LEARNED
LSU’s passing offense is a real threat. The Tigers could probably still rush it a little better (102 net yards with five sacks), but the passing game was off the charts against, ahem, DBU. Joe Burrow was 31 of 39 for 471 yards and four touchdowns, none bigger than that 61-yard strike to Justin Jefferson on third-and-17 late. Welcome to 2019, LSU.
STORY: LSU wins! Joe Burrow magic leads Tigers in battle with Longhorns, severe Texas heat