Clemson and LSU: Biggest Plays of the 1st Half
The first half was full of big plays, bone-crushing hits and excitement. Here are some of the best plays from the first half of the National Championship.
Cant start out the thread without the Walk of Champions. Here comes the Clemson Tigers.
Trevor Lawrence got the LSU defensive line to jump and gave him a free shot down the field, he didn’t miss it.
Etienne set a Clemson Football record for career rushing yards. He is just getting started tonight.
Trevor Lawrence with the keeper to get the scoring started in the Superdome.
Joe Burrow hit Ja’Marr Chase for a 52 yard touchdown to get the LSU Tigers on the board. Clemson has been dominating to this point.
WR Tee Higgins with a 36 yard reverse for a touchdown. Feel bad for that corner who got lit up by the star wideout.
Higgins used the truck stick to get through the DB.
What a perfect throw from Burrow to his star wideout Ja’Marr Chase for 56 yards.
Joe Burrow won’t let Trevor Lawrence be the only QB with a rushing touchdown tonight. What a great play call after the first 2 plays left something to be desired.
Easily the hardest hit of the game so far.
Etienne has been running hard all game and he is not an easy guy to bring down.
Ja’Marr Chase caught his second touchdown of the game to give LSU the 21 to 17 lead.
Clyde Edwards-Helaire has been tough to bring down. He has a low center of gravity.
Not only is Edwards-Helaire able to run over defenders, he can make them look silly.
The LSU Tigers went from double digits down to double digits up as Burrow hits Thaddeus Moss for a touchdown.
Burrow took a shot on the last touchdown but it was worth it for LSU.
Burrow 1 touchdown away from FBS Passing Touchdown record.
Clemson needs to find a way to stop Ja’Marr Chase. He is killing them in the first half.