Monday night, college football fans were all tuned in to see LSU and Clemson face off for the College Football Playoff National Championship. The big game went down at the Superdome in New Orleans, and the fans were out and ready for the game.
One big name that was present at the game was former LSU star Odell Beckham Jr. He was on deck to see his alma mater defeat Clemson 42-25 and take home the title.
If there is anything that can be learned about OBJ, it is that he is the life of the party, and he definitely doesn’t miss a moment to turn up when it calls for a celebration. So after the game, he was spotted in the locker room with LSU team turning up and celebrating their victory.
After the game, Odell uploaded videos of himself on his Instagram story, still amped up as he held up Ja’Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson’s jerseys in a celebratory mood.
Prior to the turn up inside the locker room, he was also seen giving cash to Jefferson as he congratulated the team on the big win. It caused a little stir, seeing as how that is against the NCAA rules. However, an LSU athletic official told The Advocate the money was not real.
— IB 🔌 (@incarceratedbob) January 14, 2020
Congrats to the LSU Tigers for taking home the national championship title.
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