Kevin Faulk involved in on-field scuffle after LSU, Texas A&M game
BATON ROUGE - LSU director of player personnel Kevin Faulk was reportedly involved in an on-field scuffle after Texas A&M game with a man who allegedly punched an LSU analyst who suffers from Parkinson's disease.
Kragthorpe, who is a team special assistant, was checked out after the punch and is reportedly okay.
Faulk was seen in a post-game scuffle with a man wearing a red Texas A&M shirt and a game credential.
According to Gordy Rush, the sideline reporter for LSU radio, the man wearing the red shirt involved in the fight with Faulk was also the one who punched Kragthorpe. A report from the Advocate cites sources identifying the man as Cole Fisher, nephew of the Aggies Head Coach Jimbo Fisher, but the university has yet to confirm that person's identity.
Video posted on social media captured the tail end of the altercation but did not show the events leading up to the punches.
Both LSU and Texas A&M officials are looking into the incident.
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