According to reports, an unidentified person wearing a Texas A&M credential and shirt reportedly punched LSU special assistant Steve Kragthorpe, who suffers from Parkinson's disease. In fact, it was just getting started. Texas A&M has confirmed that it is looking into the matter. The Tigers were so sure they had the win that they soaked head coach Ed Orgeron in a Gatorade bath. It wasn't immediately known if the guy was a fan or one of the assistants on the team.
Burrow threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Dee Anderson in triple overtime and Justin Jefferson grabbed the 2-point conversion.
It would only take two plays for the Aggies to answer, with Mond tossing up a ball to Kendrick Rogers, who made a miraculous catch in the end zone that immediately became the catch of the college football season.
This Saturday, we got a chance to see the evil side of what sports can bring out. Texas A&M and LSU ended up trading touchdowns and field goals over the next 90 minutes before Texas A&M finally won the game with a two-point conversion in the seventh extra stanza.
Photos and video surfaced online of a post-game skirmish between apparent members of the Tigers and the Aggies.
The Advocate's Brooks Kubena reported the news on Sunday and says that a scuffle was started when A&M receivers coach Dameyune Craig came over and started talking trash after the Aggies' 74-72 win.
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.
United can break into top four this year, says Mourinho
N'Golo Kante has secured himself a new deal at Chelsea and Opta data shows he has more than justified his reward. They are unbeaten in the league and lie in third, four points behind leaders Manchester City .
UCF moves ahead of Ohio State in College Football Playoff rankings
MSU is 6-5 overall and 4-4 in the Big Ten and are bowl eligible for the 11th time in 12 seasons under Dantonio. CFP executive director Bill Hancock has often said there is no glass ceiling on the Group of Five teams .
Emery hits out at Arsenal critics
Asked if his squad are playing as well as the teams in front of them, Emery said: "Sometimes yes, sometimes no". We need to keep the scoring statistic, but concede fewer chances and let in less goals.