Hundreds of Translators Being Flown in to Help LSU and Miami Fans Communicate
Before the big week one matchup between LSU and Miami in Texas, local and state officials have been brainstorming on how to prepare for a potentially massive problem. How will Miami fans and LSU fans communicate with their deep, deep difference in culture and language? That’s why Texas governor Greg Abbott sent in a call to FEMA this week to send a contingent of supplies along with hundreds of translators.
“Our country hasn’t experienced a crisis like this since Alabama played against West Virginia in Atlanta,” said Governor Abbott. “That game ended with Bama fans screaming Rammer Jammer into a pile of burning couches so we can only hope this goes better.” The plan is to station a translator outside of every entrance to the game, as well as every restaurant in Dallas that sells corn dogs and nightclubs that play Pitbull.
Coach O had a lot to say about the matter, but unfortunately his translator had not yet arrived so his comments are unknown at this time.