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

Posted November 28, 2018

Kragthorpe, who's had the pacemaker since 2017 in order to stimulate his brain, had been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2011.

After seven overtime periods and 146 points combined, the Texas A&M Aggies took down the LSU Tigers at College Station to win the most thrilling college football game of the 2018 season thus far.

"I lost track of is the craziest game ever", Fisher said looking a bit dazed.

According to Kragthorpe's version of events, Texas A&M wide receivers coach Dameyune Craig, a former LSU assistant, ventured over to the Tigers' sideline after the Aggies secured the win and began talking, as the kids say, trash. "I didn't go down, but I clutched over".

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A&M quarterback Keller Mond's 2-point conversion to Kendrick Rogers provided the decisive score in the game's seventh overtime, which tied the NCAA record for the most overtimes in an FBS game, providing the Aggies with a 74-72 victory.

Faulk was seen in a post-game scuffle with a man wearing a red Texas A&M shirt and a game credential.

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

There are still a great number of details about the incident that remain unknown, including why the credentialed man punched Kraghorpe in the first place.

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Fisher was asked who the second person was and if he knew about the incident after the game and said: "I have 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.

Texas A&M ended up scoring on the final play of regulation to send the game into overtime.

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