Kragthorpe, who is a team special assistant, was checked out after the punch and is reportedly okay.
Kragthorpe, 53, was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2011.
With seven overtimes, Texas A&M-LSU tied the record for longest game in FBS history with Arkansas-Ole Miss in 2001, Arkansas-Kentucky in 2003, North Texas-FIU in 2006 and Buffalo-Western Michigan a year ago.
"I lost track of overtimes.it is the craziest game ever", Fisher said looking a bit dazed. "I was like, 'Damn, he got me right in my pacemaker.' Then it started fluttering like he jostled it". Kragthorpe told Craig to stop, which is when Kragthorpe said he was struck.
Having a credential to be on the field does not mean the man in red is in fact a Texas A&M staffer; recruits and their parents, former players, important donors and others are often granted access to the field.
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There are still a great number of details about the incident that remain unknown, including why the credentialed man punched Kraghorpe in the first place.
That unidentified man later spoke to Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher before Fisher had left the field.
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. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it. Fisher told reporters after the game that he was not aware of the scuffle and "had no idea" what happened.
"I feel OK, but not as good as I was", Kragthorpe said. "I will be seeing my neurologist in Baton Rouge on Monday".