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LSU Coach Brian Kelly’s Daughter’s Wild Party Photos Go Viral

LSU Coach Brian Kelly's Daughter's Wild Party Photos Go Viral

LSU head coach Brian Kelly had an interesting inaugural campaign with the Tigers, and his daughter Grace was there to cheer him on every step of the way.

Fresh off the ugly way things ended between him and Notre Dame, nobody knew what to expect out of the 61-year-old in Baton Rouge. Would he be able to win against SEC competition with an SEC team in a way he never could with the Fighting Irish?

The answer proved to be a mixed bag.

An opening game heartbreaker versus Florida State didn’t set things off on the right foot, and 27-point and 20-point losses to Tennessee and Georgia weren’t ideal.

But there were some positives as well.

LSU beat Mississippi State, Auburn, Florida, Ole Miss and Alabama in a way nobody saw coming. That’s something to build on heading into next season.

One person who was there cheering the Tigers on throughout their 2022-23 campaign was Grace. As a result, she built up something of a sizable following on social media.

This week, images of her partying it up went mega-viral online.

This isn’t the first time Grace has founded herself trending in this fashion. Between her memorable social media pictures and wild video at the Florida game, it has been one thing after another with her.

Plus, she is at the point now where pretty much anything she posts sets the internet ablaze.

Next season will be an interesting one for the entire Kelly clan and LSU.

In a lot of ways, the Tigers overperformed relative to the expectations many had for them. That won’t be the case in 2023-24.

That Alabama win has put a target on their backs – everyone recognizes that the program is legit.

Is a College Football Playoff run in Kelly and LSU’s immediate future? One way or another, an answer will emerge soon enough.

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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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