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Brian Kelly’s Daughter Grace’s Outfit Goes Viral Before Ole Miss Game (Photos)

Brian Kelly's Daughter Grace's Outfit Goes Viral Before Ole Miss Game (Photos)

Brian Kelly’s daughter Grace caused something of a stir this week with her provocative outfit to a recent LSU game.

Grace, who has become a bit of a permanent fixture at Tigers outings since her dad’s hiring, is no stranger to making headlines.

Be it for her provocative vacation photos, racy pictures by the pool or wild outfit choices, she is a mainstay in the news cycle. And this week proved to be no exception.

On Friday, her provocative outfit to the last LSU game went mega-viral.

LSU’s 34-31 win over Arkansas last weekend was obviously a bit too narrow of a victory for comfort, but the Tigers won’t have much time to exhale.

Lane Kiffin and Ole Miss are coming to town Saturday. Because the following week will feature a matchup against a No. 20 ranked Missouri squad, this weekend’s game is a must-win.

Kiffin and the Rebels have primarily been in the news over the last few days because of his Ole Miss cheerleader girlfriend, but they are a pretty formidable foe on-the-field as well. They may have not exactly shown it against Alabama last Saturday, but this group has the potential to beat anyone in the country on the right day.

If the LSU squad that showed up against Mississippi State shows up this weekend, they should have no problems with the Rebels. But if the ill-prepared group from the Florida State loss or the Arkansas almost-loss shows up – things could get dicey in a hurry.

Either way, Grace will inevitably be on hand to cheer her pops and his team on.

Will LSU give Grace and the rest of the Tigers fan base something to get hyped for this weekend? Time will tell.

Related: Oregon State Cheerleaders’ Wild Photos Cause A Stir Before Utah Game

Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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