Then, after Aggies fans stormed Kyle Field to celebrate their team's victory, former New England Patriots running back Kevin Faulk, who now serves as director of player development for LSU, could be seen fighting a credentialed member of the Texas A&M sideline.
According to reports, an unidentified person wearing a Texas A&M credential and shirt reportedly punched LSU special assistant Steve Kragthorpe, who suffers from Parkinson's disease. 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.
The spokesman said the team would gather more information before commenting further on the situation.
Texas A&M and LSU staged the longest, highest-scoring game in FBS history on Saturday night, but the action did not end when the final score was logged.
A photo shared after the game made it seem like LSU staffer Kevin Faulk was getting physical with Cole Fisher, but he says he was responding in protection of Kragthorpe. 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.
Burrow threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Dee Anderson in triple overtime and Justin Jefferson grabbed the 2-point conversion.
The seven-overtime game tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
The game just rolled through overtimes with the Tigers and Aggies going back-and-forth in a wild finish.
Fisher was later asked by a reporter if he aware of the post-game fight.