Then, after Aggies fans stormed Kyle Field to celebrate their team's victory, former New England Patriots running back Kevin Faulk, who now serves as director of player development for LSU, could be seen fighting a credentialed member of the Texas A&M sideline. According to Gordy Rush, the sideline reporter for LSU radio, the man in the red shirt pictured throwing punches with Faulk was the one who punched Kragthorpe. "Kragthorpe, who was once the offensive coordinator for the Tigers, has Parkinson's disease and a pacemaker".
Once again Faulk should be commended for this not punished.
"Out of nowhere, I got nailed", Kragthorpe said in a phone interview while he drove back home from the game Sunday afternoon. "I didn't go down, but I clutched over".
Kragthorpe, who is a team special assistant, was checked out after the punch and is reportedly okay.More news: Arsenal must improve 'everything' for top-four Premier League finish - Unai Emery
"I just feel bad for those young men", Orgeron said.
"I didn't appreciate getting punched in my pacemaker", Kragthorpe said.
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 responded, "No I didn't, I had no idea". Texas A&M has confirmed that it is looking into the matter.
LSU has stated that Kragthorpe was checked out following the incident and is fine.