More On: LSU Tigers
When the LSU Tigers beat the Bulldogs earlier this month, Mississippi State safety Jordan Morant lost two games.
Morant called out LSU gymnast Olivia Dunne in a TikTok video before their Week 3 game, but she didn't seem to find it funny.
“When we play LSU tomorrow and Livy Dunne is out there somewhere,” Morant wrote over the clip that featured him rising from bed before transitioning the frame to a busy highway outside his window.
At the time, Dunne wrote in the comments, “Good luck but geaux tigahs.”
Morant, whose Bulldogs suffered a 31-16 loss, later replied, “Two Ls in one night .”
Morant's caption included the hashtag "jokes." It's not clear if the social media exchange led to anything else.
As for Dunne, who will be 20 next month, she is making money off of the NCAA's change to the name, image, and likeness (NIL) rule. With the help of her millions of followers on TikTok and Instagram, she is getting brand deals.
Dunne, who was born in Hillsdale, N.J., signed with WME Sports last August to be represented. The following month, the gymnast announced her first exclusive brand partnership with the activewear company Vuori.
More deals followed with brands like TooFaced cosmetics, GrubHub, Madden/EA Sports, and American Eagles, to name a few.