Home Football ACC Video: Clemson releases awesome Shia LeBeouf Vine

Video: Clemson releases awesome Shia LeBeouf Vine

-

Shia LeBeouf. A lot of people remember him as the quirky, nerdy kid from the popular Disney Channel show Even Stevens or playing the infamous Sam Witwicky character in Michael Bay’s Transformers franchise. He grew into a pretty successful movie star that girls were falling all over in the mid 2000s. As of late, he has gone into a sort of downward spiral by doing all kinds of odd things that he calls “art”.

From wearing a paper bag with “I’m Sorry” written across the front to putting his head through a window, it has been an odd string of events to say the least.

LeBeouf’s most recent adventure was standing in front of a green screen and screaming “Just Do It!” as if he was filming a Nike commercial. If you know the internet like I do, you know that everyone seems to have great editing skills nowadays.

College Spun shared a video that shows off the Clemson Tigers’ skills. The Tigers made a video of LeBouf saying his lines and encouraging a football player to power clean a bar. It works so well.

https://vine.co/v/en9uYT2ipDl/embed

While a lot of people may think what has happened to LeBeouf recently is sad, some of these videos that have been released are absolutely hilarious. Clemson knows what is popular on social media. Someone give Dabo Swinney a cookie.

Clemson (and LeBeouf) open the 2015 season at home against Wofford on September 5.

Can’t get enough of Campus Sports? Follow us on TwitterFacebook and Instagram to stay updated with the latest news and exclusive giveaways!

*Featured Photo (above) credit to USA TODAY Sports

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

- Advertisment -

Must Read

Hottest Female News Anchors In The World

The news industry is booming with a whirlwind of events taking place across the world. With the wide range of politics, sports, and news...
- Advertisment -