Troy defeated LSU, 24-21, during a Saturday night homecoming game in Baton Rogue, ending the Tigers’ 50-game home winning streak against non-conference opponents.
The win marks the first in program history for the Trojans over LSU, having lost two previous meetings at Tiger Stadium in 2004 and 2008.
The monumental upset is arguably one of the biggest wins in Troy football history. So naturally, players celebrated after the game, including several who were captured on video taunting the LSU fans at Tiger Stadium.
Wide receiver Alvin Bryant Jr., was captured making lewd gestures toward the fans in attendance late in the game, which included flipping double-birds and grabbing his groin area. Two other teammates were seen in the background taunting the fans as well.
Bryant, a redshirt freshman, did not record a catch during Saturday’s win. Still, the wide receiver had plenty to gloat about as the Trojans spoiled the Tigers’ homecoming celebration, albeit in a less than classy manner.