While the Trojans struggled on the field, Sigma Alpha Mu pulled a celebrity in Will Ferrell for their party.
The USC Trojans were caught in a back-and-forth battle with the Arizona Wildcats on Saturday night. USC quarterback Caleb Williams had a sub-par passing game by his own standards, throwing for just 219 yards and a touchdown. He made up for it on the ground though, running for 41 yards and three touchdowns, as well as the game-winning two-point conversion in the Trojans triple overtime win over Arizona.
USC is located in Los Angeles, California meaning that students have a high probability of meeting someone famous just by being in proximity. Celebrities are known to have hobbies outside of their job, most notably Shaquille O'Neal, who does more commercials than almost every other athlete combined. Notably, Shaq also has a side gig as a DJ and has DJ'd events in Las Vegas, New York, Germany, and several other locations across the world.
Another celebrity has joined Shaq in the DJ-ing world: Will Ferrell was spotted as the DJ for a Sigma Alpha Mu party at USC on Saturday.
Will Ferrell was a DJ at a USC Frat party yesterday ???? pic.twitter.com/Dks3GUcQDC
— Shannonnn sharpes Burner (PARODY Account) (@shannonsharpeee) October 8, 2023
While the Trojans struggled on the field, Ferrell had attendees clapping to "Eye of the Tiger" and dancing to a song about people in Paris. It's unclear how the frat was able to get such a high-profile celebrity as their DJ, but Ferrell is a graduate of the University of Southern California. given the reactions of college students in attendance, Farrell should have a lucrative DJ career should he decide to move on from acting.
Ferrell is not a member of Sigma Alpha Mu, instead opting to join Delta Tau Delta during his time in Southern California. However, being able to DJ for your alma mater has to be an event that not many people have had the luxury of doing. Perhaps Ferrell will return to USC to DJ again when they host high-profile opponents later on this season?
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