LSU vs. Clemson: Who Would Win A College Football Track Meet?

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The 2020 College Football Playoff national championship game between Clemson and LSU is tonight in New Orleans, Louisiana. We decided to take a look at the starters from both schools and see which team would win a dual track meet based on their high school track personal bests.

Here are a list of starters who competed in track and field back in high school.

TEAM
POS
ATHLETE
100
200
400
DT
SP
LJ
HJ
TJ
JT
LSUWRJa'Marr Chase11.0522.52


24-2.256-1

LSUWRJustin Jefferson




21-11
43-0.5
LSURBClyde Edwards-Helaire11.20



19-8.5


LSULTSaahdiq Charles


127-552-10.75



LSULGAdrian Magee

58.59
37-10



LSUCLloyd Cushenberry



44-1



LSURTAustin Deculus


183-152-9



LSUOLBDamone Clark







136-3
LSUCBKristian Fulton




23-8.75
41-10.5
LSUCBDerek Stingley Jr.10.8922.92

45-10



LSUSSGrant Delpit
12.2625.26


21-7.75
6-6

LSUFSJacoby Stevens




19-8


CLEMWRJustyn Ross
12.6924.25





72-4
CLEMWR
Amari Rodgers10.93
22.77







CLEMRBTravis Etienne Jr.
10.8422.95




43-9.5
CLEMCSean Pollard



123-045-11



CLEMDTTyler Davis



85-0.738-0.5



CLEMDTNyles Pinckney




46-7



CLEMSLBIsaiah Simmons
12.1822.0256.18

24-5


CLEMCBA.J. Terrell
10.9522.3249.84

16-8


CLEMSSK'Von Wallace
11.3122.6652.56



42-11.75

FloTrack's Virtual CFP Track Meet Results:

Limitations:

- Eight events total (100/200/400/HJ/LJ/TJ/SP/DT)

- Team Scoring: 1st - 5 pts, 2nd - 3 pts, 3rd - 1 pt

(Points in brackets represents total score)

100m (Clemson 6 | LSU 3)

1. 10.84 RB Travis Etienne Jr. (Clemson)

2. 10.89 CB Derek Stingley Jr. (LSU)

3. 10.93 WR Amari Rodgers (Clemson)

200m (Clemson 14 | LSU 4)

1. 22.02 LB Isaiah Simmons (Clemson)

2. 22.32 CB A.J. Terrell (Clemson)

3. 22.52 WR Ja’Marr Chase (LSU)

400m (Clemson 23 | LSU 4)

1. 49.84 CB A.J. Terrell (Clemson)

2. 52.56 SS K’Von Wallace (Clemson)

3. 56.18 LB Isaiah Simmons (Clemson) 

High Jump (Clemson 23 | LSU 9)

1. 6-1 WR Ja’Marr Chase (LSU)

2. OPEN

3. OPEN

Long Jump (Clemson 28 | LSU 13)

1. 24-5 LB Isaiah Simmons (Clemson)

2. 24-2.25 WR Ja’Marr Chase (LSU)

3. 23-8.75 CB Kristian Fulton (LSU)

Triple Jump (Clemson 34 | LSU 16)

1. 43-9.5 RB Travis Etienne Jr. (Clemson)

2. 43-0.5 WR Justin Jefferson (LSU)

3. 42-11.75 SS K'Von Wallace (Clemson)

Shot Put (Clemson 35 | LSU 24)

1. 52-10.75 LT Saahdiq Charles (LSU)

2. 52-9 RT Austin Deculus (LSU)

3. 46-7 DT Nyles Pinckney (Clemson)

Discus (Clemson 36 | LSU 32)

1. 183-1 RT Austin Deculus (LSU)

2. 127-5 LT Saahdiq Charles (LSU)

3. 123-0 C Sean Pollard (Clemson)

Total: Clemson 36, LSU 32

LSU QB Joe Burrow may have won the Heisman Trophy, but Clemson would likely take down the Tigers if they met on the oval.

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