"We will play anyone, anywhere," said Burrow, per tigerdroppings.com. "You can take us to Canada and we'll play on a gravel lot."
The Tigers made a compelling case to be the No. 1 team in the College Football Playoff with the 37-10 win, and Burrow all but secured the Heisman Trophy with a near-flawless four-touchdown performance.
LSU and Ohio State are likely in a fight for the top spot, with Clemson and Oklahoma expected to be the third and fourth teams, respectively.
But for the red-hot Tigers, neither the opponent nor the location matters all that much.
"We enjoy playing on the road," said head coach Ed Orgeron. "We feed off of it."
Burrow, who is one of the favorites to be the first overall pick in this year's NFL draft, set an SEC single-season record in the first quarter with his 45th touchdown pass of the year.
The star quarterback's season total stands at 48, so Colt Brennan's single-season record of 58 scores through the air could be within Burrow's reach during the postseason.