"Out of nowhere, I got nailed", Kragthorpe said in a phone interview while he drove back home from the game Sunday afternoon.
A source told 247Sports that the unidentified man threw punches at LSU analyst Steve Kragthorpe, who is suffering from Parkinson's, which led to Faulk intervening. "I didn't go down, but I clutched over".
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.
LSU's players gave coach Ed Orgeron a congratulatory Gatorade bath to celebrate a big road win over Texas A&M to close their regular season. "I'm not feeling good right now". It's now unknown whether the man who fought Faulk is an Aggies assistant, a team staffer or simply a fan who found his way onto the field.
Fisher was asked who the second person was and if he knew about the incident after the game and said: "I have no idea".
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With Texas A&M's game with No. 8 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramps in his calves.
"I didn't appreciate getting punched in my pacemaker", Kragthorpe said.
But the interception would be reviewed, and ultimately, overturned, leaving Texas A&M with fourth-and-18 to convert with the game on the line.
LSU has stated that Kragthorpe was checked out following the incident and is fine.