LSU Gives Premature Gatorade Bath, Texas A&M Ties Game

LSU Gives Premature Gatorade Bath, Texas A&M Ties Game

"Kragthorpe, who was once the offensive coordinator for the Tigers, has Parkinson's disease and a pacemaker".

"Out of nowhere, I got nailed", Kragthorpe said in a phone interview while he drove back home from the game Sunday afternoon.

"Cole Fisher, the nephew of Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher, has been identified by multiple sources to The Advocate as the man who multiple athletic officials said punched an LSU analyst, which preceded an on-field scuffle following the Tigers' 74-72 loss in seven overtimes to the Aggies Saturday at Kyle Field". "I didn't go down, but I clutched over".

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.

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.

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

Kragthorpe was checked out by a Texas A&M team doctor, and he said he felt "OK, but not as good as I was" and that he "will be seeing my neurologist in Baton Rouge on Monday". He responded, "No I didn't, I had no idea".

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. Texas A&M then moved inside to LSU's 19-yard line when it stunned everyone with one second left. Nonetheless, LSU director of player personnel Kevin Faulk did not care as he was the first to the scene to defend Kragthorpe.

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