Shaq shows up at LSU-Auburn game, does funny things

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It's funny because he's enormous.

Former LSU star and NBA great Shaquille O'Neal usually makes it back to Baton Rouge for a football game every year, and he's back in town for the Auburn game. Naturally, the camera has found him doing some weird stuff, like the above picture where his torso is being interviewed by a water-logged Holly Rowe.

He also met some players to congratulate them as they were coming off the field. LSU usually recruits people that could be confused for Sasquatches, and he makes them look tiny.

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GIF credit: ESPN

He even inserted himself into the game tactics, coming onto the field to apparently dissuade Les Miles from calling a timeout.

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Image credit: @JayGTate

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