Mississippi State announcement warns fans about bats that are 'high risk for rabies'
Not only will Mississippi State fans have to deal with watching their team try to slow down a high-powered Alabama offense on Saturday, they’ll also have to worry about rabies.
That’s because, before the game, there was an announcement made at Davis Wade Stadium saying bats in the venue were “a high risk for rabies.”
Alabama reporter Mike Rodak broke the news on Twitter, as you can see below:
Announcement at Davis Wade Stadium that there are bats in the venue that are considered a “high risk for rabies."
— Mike Rodak (@mikerodak) November 16, 2019
Naturally, that news prompted some fans to have fun with Rodak’s mentions, as you can see here:
— Cody Kirk (@codykirk22) November 16, 2019
— Will Hager (@hagerIV) November 16, 2019
Time to sponsor a fun run for rabies.
— Michael Harper (@MHarper05) November 16, 2019
Well, if you’re in Starkville this weekend, watch out for those rabies-infested bats that are apparently hiding out in Davis Wade Stadium.