Few people were happier than the former LSU player (and current recipient for the Cleveland Browns) Odell Beckham Jr. OBJ was there and loved every minute of the game and even found a phenomenal way to celebrate once the game was over was: He whipped out what looked like a lot of money and started giving money to players on the field.
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However, OBJ has not only spent (counterfeit) cash. He celebrated at every opportunity.
Here he is kicked out of the LSU band section.
And yet he wasn’t finished. He danced with players in the locker room and joked about selling Justin Jefferson’s studs for a cool $ 200,000.
Of course, OBJ wasn’t the only one to celebrate. The team and the entire region left everything behind after the victory of the LSU. QB Joe Burrow smoked a well-deserved cigar, everyone danced and the players were greeted like members of a boy band.
LSU fans on Bourbon Street in New Orleans obviously had a great time.
A bar in Burrow’s hometown of Athens, Ohio, went absolutely crazy after the LSU won.
If one of you is doing well, it is appropriate to celebrate. Last month, Athens Ohio H.S. renamed their stadium after Joe Burrow. Last night, the city celebrated the LSU championship as if they had won it themselvespic.twitter.com/zXzNVPBgFy
– Kelly Nash?️ (@KellyNashRadio) January 14, 2020
How is LSU trainer Ed Orgeron celebrating? With a ham sandwich.
Classic trainer O.
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