WAFB Sports Reporter Jacques Doucet caught up with LSU Director of Player Development Kevin Faulk during the Coaches Caravan in Houma on Monday night and asked him about the postgame incident from the LSU-Texas A&M game.

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Way to put words in Faulk's moth then make that the title of the story. Top notch reporting.
Reply7 months
Looking forward to us giving them a colossal beatdown this season in TS.
Reply7 months
frick yea! Geaux Coach Faulk
Reply7 months
We need to give them a first class beat down and not take our foot off of their throats until the scoreboard has 0's for time left. Then we can sing them a classy farewell song with KF leading the band...
Reply7 months
Geaux Coach Kev!
Reply7 months
Payback will be a bitch. This team will be better than last season's plus improvements on the coaching staff.
Reply7 months
LSU needs to offer that little prick an opportunity to come inside the stadium this year. He must fight Faulk on the 50 before the coin toss. Otherwise he’s not allowed in TS
Reply7 months
Bama is still the bar to be judged on. But this is THE must win game this year.
Reply7 months
all eyes on 3, baw! :)
Reply7 months
Much needed fire on the sidelines. Much respect for Faulk. aTm has an overload of revenge coming to them this season... as long as it's not the same officiating crew.
Reply7 months
He "stood his ground" against someone 1/5 his size. Really brave of him.
Reply7 months
Really man? Faulk is about 5-8". You seriously think that guy's half his size?
7 months
Little punk got a smidgen of what he deserved. F@&$ A&M.
7 months
You’re an idiot. That dude is 4-5 inches taller than Faulk
7 months
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