Field goal keeps LSU’s golden boy turned Bengal Burrow from Super Bowl LVII

In a painful field goal kicked by the Kansas City Chiefs with only eight seconds on the clock, it shattered the Cincinnati Bengals’ dreams of returning to the Super Bowl two years in a row.

Had they won, the Bengals would have made history as the fourth team to have consecutive appearances at super bowls.

The Bengals lost by three points to the Los Angeles Rams in a 23-20 final score in 2022. Oddly, the final score to the AFC championship was also 23-20.

Burrow, lovingly called Burreaux in Louisiana, came to LSU in 2018 and 2019 taking LSU to the national championship. It’s also where Burreaux won the Heisman Trophy.

Burreaux went on to the Bengals in the 2020 draft. He took them to the Super Bowl in 2022 but ultimately lost to the Los Angeles Rams 23-20.

The Chiefs will move on to take on the Philadelphia Eagles on Feb. 12th at Super Bowl LVII.

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