LSU Tigers quarterback Joe Burrow is doing things no one in Baton Rouge, Louisiana ever has before. Through the team’s first seven games, the pride of Athens High School broke LSU’s single-season record for touchdown passes (29) and is within striking distance of the Southeastern Conference’s all-time record. (Missouri’s Drew Lock tossed 44 in 2017.) Not only that, Burrow will likely smash LSU’s passing yardage record, and his 79.4 completion percentage would break the NCAA record by nearly three-full points if the season ended today.
All that’s missing is Burrow’s Heisman Trophy moment. It’s that pivotal point in the season when LSU needs him at his best, and the superstar shines through.
I don’t think everyone seeing Joe Burrow’s white ass was exactly what the Heisman voters had in mind, though.
In the second half of LSU’s 36-13 victory over the Mississippi State Bulldogs, defensive end Chauncey Rivers chased down Burrow. From behind, with nothing but gold trousers to grab hold of, Rivers ripped Burrow’s pants down, introducing Starkville and the college football world to “Joey Buttcheeks.”
Joe Burrow’s Butt
Not only did Burrow protect the football, he managed to keep his pants on (somewhat) while the college football world gazed upon his oddly-well-groomed ass in all its shining glory.
As you can imagine, social media had a field day with endless butt jokes.
Even more hilarious than Joe Burrow’s bare bottom flashing its face to a national CBS audience?
“I felt it coming out,” Burrow jokes afterwards. “I heard there was supposed to be a full moon tonight.”
At least LSU quarterback Joe Burrow had a sense of humor about it, and who wouldn’t when you’re playing like the former Ohio State backup is right now? Next time LSU football takes the field, though, let’s try and keep our football pants on.
I’m sure Alabama Crimson Tide or Auburn Tigers fans would love making Burrow the butt of some more jokes, but one ass crack is plenty for me this season.