Former LSU star Odell Beckham Jr. could be seen roaming the Tiger Stadium sidelines on Saturday, dressed in bright yellow and showing off his new signature shoe.
Beckham, who opened up what played like a commercial by smelling his new Nike kicks, said he was happy to give LSU's current players each a free pair.
He continued his interview during the first half of LSU's game with Texas A&M by giving a glowing review of Matt Canada's new offensive system for the Tigers. He wasn't as complimentary of the system run under former coach Les Miles, however.
"It would be phenomenal," Beckham said when asked what it would be like to play in Canada's offense. "I went here, and these guys, they try and say I'm a selfish guy … I went to a school where we ran the ball first down, second down, third down. You know, so I'm all about the team.
"This right here would be an example where Jarvis Landry, myself and Jeremy Hill could've thrived. But you know that wasn't our time. This is the time now. So it's time for these young guys to take advantage of it and bring LSU back to where we're supposed to be."
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In peak OBJ fashion, he made his way up to join the LSU band in the second half, showing off some interesting moves.
Beckham, who has missed much of this year's season for the New York Giants with a broken ankle, has been a record-setting dynamo over three-plus seasons in the NFL.
The New Orleans native played alongside Landry and Hill in Baton Rouge. All three players left LSU for the NFL draft in 2014. Beckham went No. 12 overall to the Giants; Hill went No. 55 to the Cincinnati Bengals; Landry went No. 63 overall to the Miami Dolphins.