LSU staffer trades punches with man in Texas A&M shirt

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The man was seen informing Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher of the altercation in the team tunnel after the game, per ESPN.

Mond hit wide receiver Quartney Davis in the end zone on the final play for a game-tying touchdown. He does not plan on pressing charges against the unknown culprit but said Texas A&M may be responsible for any costs related to the incident.

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.

Both teams put up some insane stats because the game lasted as long as it did.

The seven-overtime game tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.

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According to the Daily Advertiser, Texas A&M associate director for football communications Brad Marquardt said "I don't know who Cole Fisher is" when asked about him. The issue was that, because the Tigers thought they won, we got a celebratory Gatorade bath that washed over Ed Orgeron.

Mond threw a 25-yard TD pass to Jace Sternberger and a 2-point conversion to Rogers in sextuple overtime before Burrow had a 4-yard touchdown run and Burrow ran for a 4-yard TD and threw for the 2-point conversion to push it to a seventh OT.

The Tigers had scored a combined 79 points in their previous four SEC games. Both teams managed to do just enough to keep the overtime run going, but LSU almost found themselves in trouble in the first one.

LSU analyst Steve Kragthorpe, a team special assistant who suffers from Parkinson's disease, was punched on the field after the Tigers' seven-overtime loss to Texas A&M, an LSU official told The Advocate early Sunday.

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