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LSU head coach Ed Orgeron appeared on 104.5 ESPN’s Off the Bench Tuesday morning and was asked about the offensive analyst Steve Kragthorpe who was involved in a postgame incident after the Texas A&M game.

"Let me say this to you," Orgeron said. "Without getting into details, coach Kragthorpe is a very good man. He has Parkinson disease. He is very dedicated to our university and he has great character."

"What happened to him should not have happened. There were some very unprofessional acts done on that football field and I hope the SEC does the right thing about it and I'm sure they will."

Orgeron was also asked as to whether or not the postgame incident has sparked this matchup into a real rivalry...

"I wished we played them tomorrow..."

Us too Coach.
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Dalosaqy67 months
Game on saggy bitches
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JumpingTheShark67 months
This is all a gigantic non story. Tempers flaring, wrong place wrong time type stuff. Everyone should let it blow over, as I think there was fault on both sides.
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nastytaco467 months
You’re lame af. Former coach instigating shite, our staff member getting in an altercation, Battle landing a great punch to that f’er, Kevin Faulk involves, robbed in a BS game with season on the line and FINALLY have a chance at a rivalry with this queer arse school and you want it to blow over??? Nah, just like Coach O said, wish we played them tomorrow. Promise you next year BR will be ready for this game.
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JumpingTheShark67 months
@nastytaco4 you are naive if you think this is a one sided issue where a bunch of aggies just ran over and started punching coaches.
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Tiger4life580367 months
I think Jimbo is going to turn this into a real rivalry. He’s a dick and he can coach.
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Bigtigah67 months
He's a dick alright
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