Burrow now has the chance to be a Heisman Trophy winner who can lead a national championship run. Auburn’s Cam Newton (2010), Florida State’s Jameis Winston (2013) and Alabama’s Derrick Henry (2015) all have done that this decade. That’s the elite company he keeps.We will get to see Burrow alongside other notable transfers in the final Playoff field. Hurts, an Alabama transfer, leads Oklahoma. Fields, from Georgia, leads Ohio State. If Clemson takes care of business, then Trevor Lawrence — who led the Tigers to last year’s CFP championship as a freshman — will be back to defend the Tigers’ title. There are at least one, maybe two, future No. 1 picks who are going to go at it.And Burrow is playing better than all of them. Burrow finished 28 of 38 passing for 349 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions in a 37-10 victory against No. 4 Georgia on Saturday, the final thread in the most remarkable passing season in SEC history. Burrow likely wrapped up the Heisman Trophy campaign, too, but he showed even more with that performance against the Bulldogs, who ranked fourth nationally in total defense and hadn’t given up more than 20 points in a game all season.MORE: Highlights, scores, updates from SEC championshipWhich teams boast Nos. 1 and No. 2 total defenses? Ohio State and Clemson, naturally. Burrow, an Ohio State transfer in his second season as the Tigers’ starter, showed why he could be most impactful player heading to the College Football Playoff. Is there a quarterback playing better right now?Burrow finished 342 of 439 (77.9 percent) this season — fewer than 100 incompletions — for 4,715 yards and 48 touchdowns to six interceptions. The CBS crew lumped comparisons between Burrow and Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who started that legendary career on a comparable trajectory at Michigan. Brady, however, never had a college season quite like this.Burrow broke the SEC single-season record for touchdown passes (44) and extended the conference single-season passing yards record (4,366) against Georgia. He’s the first SEC quarterback to pass for more than 4,000 yards and more than 40 touchdowns in the same season, and that remarkable renovation under passing game coordinator Joe Brady helped propel LSU (13-0) to its first College Football Playoff appearance.That continued against Georgia. Burrow threw the early knockout punch by leading the Tigers to a pair of quick touchdown drives in the first quarter, hitting 7 of 8 passes for 125 yards on those drives. Georgia’s Jake Fromm was 3 of 9 for 22 yards in the same stretch.Burrow then provided the clincher with the viral highlight of the game in the third quarter. He dodged Georgia’s Travon Walker twice and eluded Jordan Davis before firing a deep pass to Justin Jefferson, who turned the play into a 71-yard gain. He threw a third-down touchdown pass to Terrace Marshall Jr. two plays later. Burrow tacked on another score to Jefferson after an LSU interception for a 34-3 lead in the final minute of the third quarter.Just send the Heisman Trophy to Joe Burrow’s house right now. 👀pic.twitter.com/Dgpiv9sLxv— Sporting News (@sportingnews) December 8, 2019MORE: Yes, Burrow at LSU should excite Tigers fansThose are Heisman moments in a campaign where it’s impossible to pick just one. Burrow distanced himself further from the field with the performance. He will win the award by a wide margin.Ohio State’s trio of Justin Fields, Chase Young and J.K. Dobbins will cannibalize their votes, and Oklahoma’s Jalen Hurts might sneak in as a finalist. Burrow, however, won that award on the strength of a season in which he had six games with 300-plus yards, three or more touchdowns and no interceptions. He beat Florida, Auburn, Alabama and Georgia to help win the program’s first SEC championship since 2011. When Joe Burrow caught his own deflected pass and sprinted 16 yards for a first down in the first series of the SEC championship game, you got the feeling No. 2 LSU was going to be fine against No. 4 Georgia.The Tigers ended up being more than fine: They were fantastic, and that started with the quarterback.