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

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

The Aggies won it with Kellen Mond's touchdown pass to Quartney Davis followed by a game-winning two-point conversion.

The 74 points LSU allowed are the most ever given up by a ranked team, eclipsing the 73 No. 24 Fresno State gave up to Northern Illinois on October 6, 1990, and the first seven overtime game involving a ranked team.

The man in red, who has not been identified by Texas A&M despite reportedly being a part of the school's sideline contingent, appears to have sought out Aggies head coach Jimbo Fisher in the moments after the scuffle.

An A&M spokesman said the team doesn't plan to comment until it reviews video of the incident.

Texas A&M Aggies wide receiver Kendrick Rogers brings in an acrobatic reception for a touchdown during the third overtime period of an NCAA college football game between Texas A&M and LSU at Kyle Field on Saturday Nov. 24 2018 in College Station T
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Both teams put up some insane stats because the game lasted as long as it did. Craig had been a coach on Les Miles' staff but was not retained by Ed Orgeron. The university said Kragthorpe was checked out and is fine.

The Tigers and Aggies scored more points in overtimes (84) than they did in regulation (62). 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. "I was like, 'Damn, he got me right in my pacemaker.' Then it started fluttering like he jostled it".

Afterward, the madness bled into the postgame handshakes when an unidentified, credentialed member from the Texas A&M sideline got into a fight with LSU's director of player personnel and former Tigers running back Kevin Faulk. Fisher told reporters he was not aware of the incident and "had no idea" what happened.

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