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

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

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

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

Kragthorpe, 53, was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2011 and has worn a pacemaker to stimulate his brain since a year ago.

Once again Faulk should be commended for this not punished.

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 previous year.

"Out of nowhere, I got nailed", Kragthorpe said in a phone interview while he drove back home from the game Sunday afternoon. "I was like, 'Damn, he got me right in my pacemaker.' Then it started fluttering like he jostled it".

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.

Well, we have another potential twist in the wild scene at the end of the epic LSU-Texas A&M game, where Kevin Faulk was seen exchanging blows with an unnamed person wearing Texas A&M clothing and wearing a sideline credential. "He was credentialed, so A&M should know who he is".

The man was seen informing Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher of the altercation in the team tunnel after the game, per ESPN. It took a 50-yard field goal to grab a 34-31 lead at that point, but Texas A&M could only make a field goal of their own. Fisher told reporters after the game that he was not aware of the scuffle and "had no idea" what happened.

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