LSU Football: Must see angle of Ja’Marr Chase TD against Clemson

LSU Football WR Ja'Marr Chase (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
LSU Football WR Ja'Marr Chase (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) /

LSU Tigers wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase put on a show in the first half of the national championship game against Clemson.

LSU Tigers wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase came to play on Monday night against the Clemson Tigers in the national championship game.

Clemson took an early lead, but LSU took the lead back after an impressive touchdown catch from Chase in the second quarter.

Check out the catch from this incredible end zone angle via the SEC Network.

(Oh, and the throw from Joe Burrow was pretty good too).

I absolutely love that angle. You don’t get a feel for the actual speed of the game from normal television angles. But that angle from the SEC Network shows you just what kind of speed is on the field for LSU and Clemson (elite speed).

By the way, that touchdown reception was the fifth catch the first half for Chase (he finished the first half with six receptions for 162 yards and two touchdowns).

The Louisiana native is showing the country why he was a unanimous All-American and the Bilentnikoff Award winner in 2019.

And guess what?

Chase is only a true sophomore, which means he’ll be back in Baton Rouge in 2020.

So while the Tigers might be losing a lot of production from their 2019 squad (namely Joe Burrow and Justin Jefferson), they’ll still have some impressive talent returning.

Next. Joe Burrow has unmatched swagger. dark

Some NFL team is going to be getting an absolute stud in Chase.

But the Tigers get to enjoy one more year of him before he’s playing on Sundays.