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LSU will lean on Joe Burrow's calm and Ed Orgeron's fire versus Clemson in title game

NEW ORLEANS - In the precious private moments before the Louisiana State Tigers run out of the tunnel Monday night, their two leaders will depend on the pregame rituals that got them here, four quarters from college football immortality in a place where legends never die.

The Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback has his routine, closing his eyes and visualizing how the beautiful game might unfold, how the defense might choose to attack him. This goes on for about 15 minutes.

"It's kind of a nap," Joe Burrow said. "I wouldn't say I'm fully conscious. Whatever happens, happens. If I fall asleep, then

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