Fisher's nephew reportedly responsible for hitting Kragthorpe after Aggies game

November 26, 2018 - 3:47 pm


Reports have pegged Texas A&M Head Coach Jimbo Fisher’s nephew, Cole Fisher as the assailant who attacked LSU Analyst Steve Kragthorpe after the Aggies 74-72 win over LSU Saturday night. 

USA Today Reporter Glen Guilbeau says the fight started Dameyune Craig, who was fired by Coach O after one year as an assistant at LSU…

“You know, Dameyune didn’t hit anybody, but he was jawing with the coaches, going up to Orgeron even and Steve said hey, you need to move along.”

Guilbeau was interviewed on Talk Louisiana. 

That’s when Cole Fisher allegedly decked Kragthorpe, who suffers from Parkinson’s, right where his pacemaker is embedded. After that former LSU running back and current Tiger Staffer Kevin Faulk says stepped in to protect a good friend, and went to town on Fisher.

“He saw Steve Kragthorpe, who he knew has a pacemaker for the brain, and Parkinson’s, he saw him hit in the chest, so Kevin kinda lost it, which is understandable.”

Guilbeau says even though Faulk was fighting in defense of someone, it’s likely he’ll face repercussions if the SEC decides to take administrative action.

The seven overtime barnburner was the highlight of a night full of controversy, something Guilbeau says likely won’t be forgotten, or forgiven by fans of both teams.

“LSU definitely has a rival for the time being, which they really haven’t had. It’s a rivalry, but unfortunate incidents had to happen to spark this up.”

LSU ends the regular season 9 and 3 with a bowl game to go.

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