Tiger Tat: Bengals RB shows LSU pride with massive back ink

If you weren't sure about Cincinnati Bengals running back Jeremy Hill's college allegiance, his back tells the tale -- in enormous fashion.

Jeremy Hill carried the ball for two seasons with the LSU Tigers.

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If you weren't sure about Cincinnati Bengals running back Jeremy Hill's college allegiance, his back tells the tale -- in enormous fashion.

Over the weekend, Hill tweeted a photo of a tattoo covering a large portion of his back featuring him in his LSU No. 33 jersey, standing outside Tiger Stadium beside a tiger.

There are also helicopters flying over the stadium because Hill's depiction just has that totally epic feel to it.

The Bengals drafted Hill with the 55th overall pick in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

Hill, a 21-year-old Baton Rouge native, played two seasons for LSU, going out with a bang in his final game as a Tiger, rushing for a career-high 216 yards and earning the MVP award for the 2014 Outback Bowl.

Whether Hill has outdone Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon in the back ink department is up for debate.