After Texas AM kick LSU Saturday in a bonkers game that tied a FBS overtime record (seven) and set a new points record (146), an LSU staffer threw a punch during someone who appears to have possibly been operative for AM or been dependent with a team.
LSU executive of actor growth Kevin Faulk, a former Tigers and NFL using back, scuffled with someone wearing an on-field credential.
Faulk’s fist is sealed in this photo, that creates it demeanour like he’s throwing a punch, yet we haven’t seen video of a occurrence to endorse that:
There are hundreds of people on a margin during any given college football game, many with opposite certification that go to people with opposite functions (media, security, VIPs, group staff, rope and cheerleading staff, and a like). And after a game, there were copiousness of people who demeanour like unchanging fans logging around on a field.
But that guy’s dressed like some kind of support staffer would be, and a Dallas Morning News’ Ben Baby shot a video of a male going right adult to Jimbo Fisher on a conduct coach’s approach off a field, afterwards enchanting Fisher in conversation:
It feels doubtful that some pointless man would have gotten Fisher’s courtesy so promptly.
The man in a red shirt is rumored, yet not confirmed, to have punched LSU partner Steve Kragthorpe, who suffers from Parkinson’s disease.
An LSU contributor for 247Sports said:
Word is that this chairman punched LSU’s Steve Kragthorpe, who is pang from Parkinson’s.
Kevin Faulk’s greeting prisoner here by Hilary. https://t.co/c1pzZ27Jhx
— Shea Dixon (@Sheadixon) November 25, 2018
LSU’s punter described a “random Aggie fan” punching Kragthorpe:
Also congratulations pointless Aggie fan who punched Steve Kragthorpe. (He has Parkinson’s) Stay classy. we wish we get attack charges brought opposite you.
— Zach Von Rosenberg (@ZVR09) November 25, 2018
But LSU said, as a design indicates, that a credentialed AM chairman strike Kragthorpe.
There’s a ton, obviously, that we still don’t know. AM’s sports information director, Alan Cannon, pronounced a propagandize was looking into it, according to The Advocate.
We’ll refurbish this post as indispensable and as some-more information becomes available.