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A Former College Football Coach Crashed His Twin Daughters' Spring Break Trip

A general view of a giant Auburn logo in the team's stadium.

AUBURN - OCTOBER 16: Photo of the Auburn University logo at the top of Jordan-Hare Stadium during the game between the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Auburn Tigers on October 16, 2010 in Auburn, Alabama. (Photo by Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images)

Gene Chizik allowed his two daughters to go on Spring Break south of the border. Pretty cool Dad move, right? Except there was one small catch...

This week, the SEC Network Analyst tweeted that he was JOINING his twin daughters on their trip to Mexico.

Landry and Kennedy Chizik are both sophomores at Auburn, where their dad coached.

Sounds like the scariest Dad joke of all-time, right? But Chizik wasn't playing around. On Wednesday, he tweeted a video of what appears to be a foam party. As the kids say, the pool party looks pretty "lit."

Props to Chizik for not only knowing how to use Snapchat but the filters features as well.

Family is obviously very important to Chizik, who won a national championship with the Tigers in 2010. In 2015, he took a job as North Carolina's defensive coordinator and despite playing a huge part in the Tar Heels first ACC Coastal Division Championship, Chizik resigned citing that he wanted to be closer to his family.

Joining your daughters on Spring Break is some next level parenting, though. You gotta feel for any guys Kennedy and Landry bring home to meet their loving and very protective bodygua... uh, father.