The second matchup of the Get the Nat Region features a pair of Ja’Marr Chase touchdowns in the two biggest games of the year. Although they were both in the first half, they both gave LSU leads that would hold until the very end of the game. So let’s get to it!
No. 2: Ja’Marr Chase’s 33 yard opening score against Alabama
Why it should advance:
Look, wee’ve laid out all the reasons why this score was emotionally charged and cathartic in previous posts. Let’s use this one to simply observe this hilarious angle of Trevon Diggs’ attempt at, um... defense... I think?
There was an attempt.
No. 6: Ja’Marr Chase’s 14 yard fade against Clemson
After a dastardly spin by Clyde Edwards-Helaire and an earth-shattering juke by Justin Jefferson, the LSU offense was in full control. They reached the 14-yard line where... defensive tackle Tyler Davis drops to the ground in an effort to give the orange Tigers a quick break. It’s a cheap move, but one that allows Clemson to gather their composure, regroup and make a solid defensvie sta-
Burrow threw it to Ja’Marr Chase for a touchdown on the very next play. So it goes, so it goes.
What was the better Joe Burrow Touchdown?
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Ja’Marr Chase’s 33 yard score against Alabama
Ja’Marr Chase’s 14 yard score against Clemson