The LSU Tigers offensive line has been named the 2019 Joe Moore Award trophy winner.
The Joe Moore Award is given to the most outstanding offensive line unit in college football. LSU’s offensive line is led by senior Damien lewis and junior Lloyd Chusenberry.
Lewis, Chusenberry and senior Adrian Magee started in 12 games for the Tigers offensive line this season. Austin Deculus started in 10 games. The Tigers saw eight different players on the offensive line in 2019. Other players earning starts throughout the year are Badara Traore (3), junior Saahdiq Charles (6), freshman tackle Dare Rosenthal (3).
The Tigers are the second team from the SEC to be named the winner of this award since it started in 2015.
LSU’s offensive line anchored a high-powered Tigers offense, as they scored 47.8 points per game this year. Their offense led the nation in yards per game at 554.3. The Tigers scored a minimum of 40 points 10 times this season, including six 50-point games.
The Joe Moore Award trophy is the biggest trophy in college football. It weighs over 800 pounds and the trophy is close to seven feet tall. The trophy will be on LSU’s campus until the 2020 college football season wraps up.