As the two sides were shaking hands after A&M's 74-72 victory, LSU Director of Player Development and former New England Patriot Kevin Faulk, got into a fist-fight with a man who appeared to be an A&M assistant coach.
A back-and-forth game between the LSU Tigers and Texas A&M Aggies provided the ultimate theatrics.
According to LSU, the credentialed member from TAMU first punched LSU analyst Steve Kragthorpe, which apparently led to Faulk retaliating.
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The 146 combined points are the most in an FBS game in NCAA history and the second-most in college football history behind the 161 points Abilene Christian and West Texas A&M scored in Abilene Christian's 93-68 win in 2008, according to ESPN.
Hilary Scheinuk, a photographer for The Advocate of Baton Rouge, captured Faulk scuffling with a man wearing an Aggies shirt and sideline credentials.
While both Joe Burrow and Kellen Mond have had impressive performances throughout this game, their abilities both as passers and runners were on full display in overtime. That unidentified man later spoke to Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher before Fisher had left the field.
A&M was flagged for a false start on the following play prior to Mond's game-winning conversion pass to Rogers. It became the highest-scoring game in FBS history and tied a record for the longest game. Fisher told reporters he was not aware of the incident and "had no idea" what happened.