The image recalled a childhood picture-book game: What in this picture doesn’t belong?
Ah, that’s it, the shirtless, tattooed individual bearing precisely no resemblance to, well, anything else in the picture.
Sunday, as you may have hard, was Father’s Day, and social media was predictably overflowing with pictures and posts and odes to fathers everywhere.
Derrius Guice, a sophomore running back for LSU, added some comical flavor to the mostly sentimental theme, photoshopping himself in a picture with Tiger coach Ed Orgeron and his sons, writing the caption “Happy Father’s Day.”
— 5⃣ (@DhaSickest) June 18, 2017
Orgeron responded in kind, replying “Great having you being a tremendous part of our family, we love you like a son Derrius!”
Great having you being a tremendous part of our family, we love you like a son Derrius!
— Coach Ed Orgeron (@Coach_EdOrgeron) June 18, 2017
Orgeron wasted little time in developing a rapport with his players, who celebrated fantastically when his job title was stripped of the interim label and left to, simply, head coach. The Tigers put together a hilarious video impersonating Orgeron, whose raspy voice has become something of a signature of his.
And, now, along with impressions and celebrations, Orgeron has added a new 5-foot-11, 212 running back to the family.