The Baton Rouge Zoo welcomed a infant giraffe in December 2019, and the metropolis settled on an apt title on Friday.
Voters in a Baton Rouge Zoo poll selected to identify the giraffe “Burreaux,” honoring previous LSU quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow. Burreaux was chosen by the voters more than the names Romeo and Kiume, which is Swahili for sturdy.
It is really not challenging to see why the Baton Rouge voters named the giraffe Burreaux. Burrow turned in one of the most effective collegiate seasons in modern memory in 2019, throwing for 5,761 yards and 60 touchdowns in 15 online games. He experienced a dominant performance in the countrywide championship, tossing five touchdowns in a get around Clemson.
Burrow performed his last video game with the Tigers in January. He is expected to be chosen by the Bengals with the No. 1 decide on in the 2020 NFL draft.