Joe Burrow Celebrates LSU Tigers NCAA Football Title By Smoking Cigar In Superdome: WATCH

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LSU Tiger's Joe Burrow was caught on video smoking a cigar at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on Monday after being crowned national champion.

Written By Daniel Arambur | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Joe Burrow and the rest of the LSU Tigers put in a commanding performance to triumph against the Clemson Tigers by a 42-25 scoreline in the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship. The NCAA football final, which was played at Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Monday, was a huge affair which witnessed a host of present and former NFL stars attend the event in New Orleans. LSU Tigers star Joe Burrow went 31-for-49 for 463 yards and five passing touchdowns (TD) plus another one on the ground. How did he celebrate an incredible end to his fantastic season? 

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Joe Burrow celebrates LSU Tigers NCAA football title by smoking a cigar

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LSU Tigers star Joe Burrow has broken multiple NCAA football in-game and season-long records over the course of the 2019-20 College football season. Thanks to the video of Joe Burrow and photo evidence from multiple media members, fans were blessed with a stunning clip of the star rookie. Joe Burrow exited LSU Tigers' locker room by smoking a cigar inside the Superdome on his way to the team's press conference. Against the Clemson Tigers, Joe Burrow broke the single-season passing touchdown record (60), while also leading LSU Tigers and also registered the single-season points record in the process.

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