Football Team Issues Statement to LSU Fans

by (@LSUsports)
Football Team Issues Statement to LSU Fans

BATON ROUGE — The LSU football team has released a letter to Tiger fans relating to Saturday’s game against Virginia Tech.

“The Virginia Tech community suffered the horrific loss of family and friends in the tragic shootings of April 16.  All of us on college campuses across the nation shared in their grief and suffering.

“As students, fans and alumni from Virginia Tech come to the LSU campus for the Hokies’ first road football game of the 2007 season, we know Tiger fans will welcome them with open arms and sympathetic hearts.

“The people of Louisiana are known for their heart-felt compassion and gracious hospitality, and on this occasion we hope everyone will pay particular respect to the Virginia Tech players and their fans.

“The competition on the field will be healthy and fierce, and your Tigers will represent LSU with pride when the ball is kicked off.  But in pre-game festivities, let us all be mindful of the difficult road our visitors have traveled since April 16.”

Signed by Matt Flynn, Glenn Dorsey and Craig Steltz (team captains in last week’s season opener) and head coach Les Miles.