LSU vs. Texas A&M

LSU vs. Texas A&M

LSU vs. Texas A&M

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 has Parkinson's disease, did not suffer any injuries.

While the LSU Tigers and Texas A&M Aggies are still battling on Saturday night, that mistake happened and took center stage.

"Out of nowhere, I got nailed", Kragthorpe said.

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

LSU staffer Kevin Faulk engaged with the man who punched Kragthorpe in his pacemaker. "I was like, 'Damn, he got me right in my pacemaker.' Then it started fluttering like he jostled it".

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The Advocate's Brooks Kubena reported the news on Sunday and says that a scuffle was started when A&M receivers coach Dameyune Craig came over and started talking trash after the Aggies' 74-72 win.

Texas A&M has not confirmed the identity of the attacker as of this writing, although the man was seen wearing an A&M shirt during the game and possessed an A&M sideline pass. It's now unknown whether the man who fought Faulk is an Aggies assistant, a team staffer or simply a fan who found his way onto the field. He responded, "No I didn't, I had no idea".

The man was seen informing Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher of the altercation in the team tunnel after the game, per ESPN.

But the interception would be reviewed, and ultimately, overturned, leaving Texas A&M with fourth-and-18 to convert with the game on the line.

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