New Details Emerge From LSU-Texas A&M Post-Game Fight

New Details Emerge From LSU-Texas A&M Post-Game Fight

After LSU had seemingly locked up the victory, the Tigers players gave coach Ed Orgeron a Gatorade bath.

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".

Texas A&M Aggies head coach Jimbo Fisher celebrates with his team after defeating the Northwestern State Demons in a football game at Kyle Field on August 30, 2018 in College Station, Texas.

Both teams put up some insane stats because the game lasted as long as it did.


The regular season is (mostly) in the books. LSU finished with 521 total yards, while A&M finished with 496.

The Tigers had scored a combined 79 points in their previous four SEC games. "I was like, 'Damn, he got me right in my pacemaker.' Then it started fluttering like he jostled it". However, Burrow's 2-point conversion pass attempt failed, allowing A&M to control its own destiny with a game-tying touchdown. The Aggies were driving while down 31-24 and needed a touchdown to force overtime, and after getting into LSU territory, the team was able to stop the clock with one second left.

LSU analyst Steve Kragthorpe, a team special assistant who suffers from Parkinson's disease, was punched on the field after the Tigers' seven-overtime loss to Texas A&M, an LSU official told The Advocate early Sunday.

Rogers on what he thought about Aggie fans storming the field after the win: "I wasn't expecting it and I just saw a lot of kids come up and hug me and I was like: 'what the heck is going on?'"

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