Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow and the LSU offense were unstoppable as they knocked the fourth-ranked Oklahoma Sooners in the Peach Bowl 63-28. The top-ranked Tigers scored on its opening possession as receiver Justin Jefferson caught a 19-yard Burrow touchdown toss. After the Sooners tied the game at seven, LSU stormed out to a 21-7 first quarter lead and never looked back. In the first half alone, Burrow tossed 403 yards and tied a school-record with seven touchdowns. The quarterback finished with 493 yards and eight total TD. Jefferson was the main beneficiary with 227 yards on 14 catches and four touchdowns. The win sends LSU to it’s first National Championship game since falling to SEC-rival Alabama in 2012. With the Tigers just one win away from its fourth national title, SI’s Robin Lundberg breaks down LSU’s explosive performance.