Auburn DE Big Kat Bryant collapsed with an apparent fake injury in the second half against LSU as the Bayou Bengals appeared to pull away.

Bryant appeared to look to the sideline before collapsing near the goal line. Trainers helped Bryant off the field as LSU took the lead late in the third quarter and then added on early in the fourth.

This is not the first time a fake injury was noticed in a game with an SEC team. Earlier this season, Notre Dame was called out for having multiple players collapse in a game against Georgia, something that was also discussed on the CBS broadcast.

The Auburn defense had largely bottled up LSU for much of the game, but LSU picked up steam after halftime. With more than nine minutes remaining, LSU had 492 yards of offense and 29 first downs to help build a 10-point lead.