LSU’s 2019 college football team will go down as one of the best college football teams of all-time. The Tigers finished 15-0, national champions, following Monday night’s win over Clemson in the College Football Playoff national title.
Only two teams came relatively close to beating LSU in 2019: Auburn and Alabama.
ESPN analyst David Pollack believes that just one team had a “real” chance at taking down LSU in 2019.
“Is it fair to say that in the end the only real team that had a chance to beat LSU was Bama with a healthy Tua?” he wrote.
Is it fair to say that in the end the only real team that had a chance to beat LSU was Bama with a healthy Tua?
— David Pollack (@davidpollack47) January 14, 2020
Some might agree with that. Ohio State fans likely don’t.
Buckeye Nation will forever wonder what might have happened if Ryan Day’s team didn’t blow a major lead against Clemson in the Fiesta Bowl two weeks ago.
Perhaps we’ll get that Ohio State-LSU College Football Playoff game next season. Both the Buckeyes and the Tigers should open the season ranked inside the top 10.