BOSTON (CBS) — Former Patriots running back and current LSU director of player personnel Kevin Faulk was in the middle of an on-field skirmish following Saturday’s game between the LSU Tigers and the Texas A&M Aggies.

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. The incident took place after Texas A&M won 74-72 after seven overtimes.

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Faulk, wearing a white sweatshirt, can be seen being pulled out of the scuffle at the start of this video:

Based on the photo, it appears as though Faulk intervened and/or confronted the unidentified man. That unidentified man later spoke to Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher before Fisher had left the field.

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NOLA.com shared some more details of the altercation:

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. Sources near the incident said he threw his headset at LSU staffers and challenged them to fight.

Kragthorpe, 53, was reportedly OK after the incident.

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Both schools are investigating the matter.