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LSU Cheerleaders’ Wild Photos Go Viral Before Florida State Game

LSU Cheerleaders’ Wild Photos Go Viral Before Florida State Game

A pair of LSU cheerleaders’ wild photos went viral on Sunday ahead of the Tigers’ looming game against Florida State.

Obviously this particular outing already had a lot of hubbub surrounding it. Brian Kelly and Co. made it no secret that they were unhappy with defensive tackle Maason Smith being suspended over an autograph-signing event that occurred in 2021.

LSU considered going to extreme lengths to have Smith on hand for this outing, including scheduling a Week 0 game. Ultimately, nothing worked out and they’ll instead face the Seminoles without the former All-SEC Freshman Team selection.

As if all that hype wasn’t enough, the Tigers also found themselves trending on Sunday morning over their dance squad.

Specifically, two LSU cheerleaders saw their wild photos go viral ahead of the big game.

 

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This obviously isn’t an isolated incident. Earlier in the weekend a Colorado cheerleader’s private photos went viral, too. Before that, a Tennessee cheerleader’s personal photos caused something of a stir as well.

It has just been that kind of few days for college football dancers.

Cheerleading aside, though – this promises to be a big year for LSU. Last season, Kelly and Co. surprised a lot of people when they beat Nick Saban and Alabama. That wasn’t a milestone anybody expected to hit in Year 1 with a new coach.

How the program moves forward in Year 2 will depend a lot on quarterback Jayden Daniels. With running backs Josh Williams and Noah Cain, as well as recent Notre Dame transfer Logan Diggs, he should have a lot of support as far as the rushing attack goes.

The big question on offense for the Tigers will be the receiving group. Aside from Malik Nabers, Daniels will be throwing to a very unproven bunch. Yes, the offensive line is deep enough now to give the quarterback ample time to throw – but that won’t matter if his guys can’t get open.

Defense is another wild card for LSU. Smith aside, Kelly has constructed a secondary made up pretty much entirely of transferred players. How they’ll fit his scheme remains to be seen.

One way or another, though – how the Tigers fare under Kelly in his second year with the program will be telling.

They have a fairly favorable schedule until their Nov. 4 battle against Alabama, but obviously hiccups can occur when you least expect them to.

Will 2023 mark the year LSU reinserts itself into the National Championship picture? Time will tell, but either way the program’s cheerleaders will be there rooting them on every step of the way.

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