Texas A&M's Mond Named Walter Camp FBS National Player of the Week

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Mond threw for 287 yards and six touchdowns, three 2-point conversions and ran for one more TD as Texas A&M snapped a seven-game skid against LSU and got its first win over the Tigers since 1995.

Late Saturday night, LSU radio sideline reporter Gordy Rush said on WDGL-FM that the man wearing the red shirt in the photo is the man who punched Kragthorpe.

Well, we have another potential twist in the wild scene at the end of the epic LSU-Texas A&M game, where Kevin Faulk was seen exchanging blows with an unnamed person wearing Texas A&M clothing and wearing a sideline credential.


There was a large shouting match near midfield after the game, and multiple sources said Texas A&M receivers coach Dameyune Craig was at the heart of it. Craig, who was LSU's receivers coach in 2016, approached LSU's bench in the midst of a crowd storming shouting vulgarities.

"I didn't appreciate getting punched in my pacemaker", Kragthorpe told the Daily Advertiser.

Kragthorpe, 53, was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2011 and has worn a pacemaker to stimulate his brain since past year.


Nearly two hours after LSU dumped Gatorade on their coach in premature celebration, the Texas A&M Aggies prevailed, 74-72. "I'm not feeling good right now".

As for the Texas A&M credentialed member who attacked Kragthorpe, it was reportedly Fisher's nephew. He responded, "No I didn't, I had no idea". 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 has stated that Kragthorpe was checked out following the incident and is fine.


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