Joe Burrow is an interesting man, however his quirks don't always have the most interesting explanations.
LSU's new quarterback has led the Tigers to two season-opening wins, and he joined ESPN's Marty Smith in Tiger Stadium earlier this week to answer questions about his experience to this point.
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Burrow talked about how his teammates got on him early on in his tenure for eating a salad, despite fried chicken being available.
"I went to grab a salad as a little appetizer for some lasagna and I just start getting made fun of," he said. "I look around and I was like 'what are you guys talking about? I can't eat a salad down here? They said 'No, grab the fried chicken.' "
It's unanimous -- at least across the "expert" polls of three sports news outlets.
Burrow also explained what's behind his quirky tradition of wearing one of his socks inside out: laziness.
"It started because I would wash my socks and I was too lazy to flip them outside-in," he said. "It just started and I just keep it going."
Burrow also explained what it was like competing in the four-man quarterback battle in the offseason, what it's like playing in Tiger Stadium and what he's expecting in a big showdown with Auburn.
LSU faces off with Auburn at 2:30 p.m. (CST) on CBS.
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Comb through the data from LSU’s first two football games and you are left with one glaring fact: This is not a good offensive team.