Joe Burrow uncertain if fans will be in the stands to begin season
In an appearance on ABC News, Joe Burrow broke down what he is doing to prepare and expressed uncertainty surrounding fan attendance.
Coming off of a national championship and thrilling Heisman Trophy season, Joe Burrow found himself at the epicenter of the football universe. Throughout the pre-draft process, it seemed that everybody was talking about the LSU product, from his teammates and coaches, to old friends back home. In the many anecdotes shared, one thing became very clear: He prepares better than anybody else.
You won’t find Burrow gloating about his arm strength or deep throw accuracy, but even he has to put his humble demeanor aside to acknowledge how well he is able to gameplan against opponents. During the scouting combine, he had this to say,
“I prepare better than anybody else. My physical traits are limited compared to some of the guys here. Everyone can see it. I have to be smarter. I have to prepare better and I have to know what’s happening before it happens so I can play fast.”
It’s one thing to prepare in the traditional sense, but with the circumstances surrounding this offseason, how is Burrow overcoming the obstacles?
While some may be anxious for the upcoming season that is sure to have some irregularities, the star signal-caller is expressing confidence. He had this to say in an interview with ABC News,
It’s clear that Burrow is doing just that, as head coach Zac Taylor and offensive coordinator Brian Callahan have already given numerous ...
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