Kevin Faulk of LSU involved in skirmish after Texas A&M game

Kevin Faulk of LSU involved in skirmish after Texas A&M game

Kevin Faulk of LSU involved in skirmish after Texas A&M game

LSU officials say a scuffle started after the Tigers' insane seven-overtime loss to Texas A&M when a man with a sideline credential punched a former LSU coach. "Kragthorpe, who was once the offensive coordinator for the Tigers, has Parkinson's disease and a pacemaker".

With seven overtimes, Texas A&M-LSU tied the record for longest game in FBS history with Arkansas-Ole Miss in 2001, Arkansas-Kentucky in 2003, North Texas-FIU in 2006 and Buffalo-Western Michigan past year.

Texas A&M's 74-72 win against LSU in seven overtimes featured the most points in a game in FBS history.

Late Saturday night, LSU radio sideline reporter Gordy Rush said on WDGL-FM that the man wearing the red shirt in the photo is the man who punched Kragthorpe.

"I didn't appreciate getting punched in my pacemaker", Kragthorpe told the Daily Advertiser.

Mond threw for 287 yards and a career-high six touchdowns while rushing for 42 yards and a touchdown in a 74-72 victory in seven overtimes against the No. 8 LSU Tigers.

"I just feel bad for those young men", Orgeron said.

After Texas A&M won the game, wide receivers coach Dameyune Craig began shouting at the LSU sideline and that is what started the issue between the two teams and then Faulk and the credentialed Texas A&M staffer. He responded, "No I didn't, I had no idea".

Video captured by Ben Baby of the Dallas Morning News appeared to show the attacker relaying his version of events to Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher.

The Advocate says Cole Fisher is an undergraduate football student manager at Texas A&M.

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