New Details Emerge From LSU-Texas A&M Post-Game Fight

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But as you can see below, Texas A&M connected on a last-second touchdown to send the game to overtime.

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.

Texas A&M outlasted LSU in seven overtimes in College Station as the game stretched into the early hours of Sunday morning.

An A&M spokesman said the team doesn't plan to comment until it reviews video of the incident. It took a 50-yard field goal to grab a 34-31 lead at that point, but Texas A&M could only make a field goal of their own.

LSU coach Ed Orgeron's clothes might have already dried by the time this one ended after he was prematurely doused with Gatorade after the Tigers appeared to have a clinching interception in the fourth quarter.

Texas A&M Aggies wide receiver Kendrick Rogers brings in an acrobatic reception for a touchdown during the third overtime period of an NCAA college football game between Texas A&M and LSU at Kyle Field on Saturday Nov. 24 2018 in College Station T

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

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.

It was also the first game during the AP poll era in which both teams combined to score 70 points, according to ESPN Stats & Info.

Following the LSU Tigers' 74-72 loss in seven overtimes to the Aggies Saturday at Kyle Field - LSU Tigers director of player personnel and former New England Patriots RB Kevin Faulk got into a scuffle with an unknown man on the Aggies side.

Fisher was later asked by a reporter if he aware of the post-game fight.

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