Lamar Jackson won the Heisman trophy, but LSU's defense made him and the Louisville offense look like a junior varsity squad in the Citrus Bowl.

It was Defensive Coordinator Dave Aranda's masterpiece in an impeccable season stifling offenses. His defense held Louisville's offense, who averaged over 40 points per game, to 220 yards and zero touchdowns. It was the lowest yardage total LSU allowed all year long, and the numbers can only describe part of the domination.

Jackson couldn't escape LSU's pass rushers. The Tigers sacked Jackson seven times and took him down for a safety too, leaving the Heisman winner no room to operate. The Cardinals got into the redzone a couple times, but every time they got close to the endzone, LSU denied them.

Much was said about Leonard Fournette's absence for LSU's offense, but Derrius Guice put on a show as the lead back for the Tigers.

Guice collected 138 yards on the ground and two total touchdowns on offense, but his most spectacular moment came on special teams. His 70-yard touchdown scamper was impressive, but this hit he delivered on Louisville kicker Blanton Creque was devastating.