Have You Ever Watched An Ed Orgeron Interview With the YouTube Closed Captioning on?

If you have never watched an interview of LSU head coach, Ed Orgeron, on YouTube with the closed captioning on, you’re missing out.

I just thought I couldn’t understand what he says, but after watching the YouTube interview with closed captioning on, I have come to the conclusion that I can understand more of his gibberish than I originally thought I could.

In fact, I found myself laughing at the captions so often that I couldn’t laugh anymore.

It made me feel extremely bad for Coach O. He’s just trying to address the media and the closed captioning just makes his interviews even better than they already are.

It’s quite possibly the funniest interview I have ever watched, and I have been a part of and watched many interviews in my life.

Coach Oregeron has the best interviews hands down. Even if you can’t understand what he is saying which makes it even better.

If you get a chance, I highly recommend looking up Ed Oregeron interviews on YouTube with closed captioning on. I promise you won’t be disappointed.

How Can Anyone, Anywhere Understand Ed Orgeron?

Since Ed Orgeron took over for Les Miles as interim head coach back in 2016, I’ve often found myself referring to him as “Waterboy,” or Donnie Thornberry, from The Thornberrys. It almost seems as if “Coach ‘O'”, as many refer to him, should have a translator or an interpreter with him at all times, or at least during his postgame media interview and postgame press conferences. I can barely understand him when he mutters “Geaux Tigahs,” or Go Tigers, for us non-Cajuns. I find myself pulling for LSU during games just because I want to hear what Coach Orgeron has to say after that. Thus was the case during Saturday night’s game vs. Florida. I was on the phone with a family friend watching the game and we were discussing the gibberish that comes from Coach “‘O”‘. Nobody can understand him. I’m not even sure his players, mentors, co-workers, or even family can understand him. His accent has a strong hint of deep south Louisiana. Even though he needs Rosetta Stone, I can’t help but love the gibberish-speaking, high-energy, energizer-bunny sounding, Bayou-born, Coach Ed Orgeron at LSU.