There were no apparent delays to Saturday’s LSU-Florida college football game in Baton Rouge, despite an attempt by a University of Alabama student to halt the game with a bomb threat.

Baton Rouge ABC affiliate WBRZ reported that Connor Bruce Croll, 19, was arrested Sunday by University of Alabama police after calling in the threat Saturday night. Police told the TV station that Croll, a freshman, admitted to the threat, saying he wanted to stop the game because “his friend was on the verge of losing a large bet.”

In a statement, LSU said Croll was identified as a suspect “within minutes” of calling in the threat.

“While LSU cannot discuss specific security measures, it is important for the general public to know that LSU Police and officials, along with federal and local law enforcement agencies on location, have protocol in place to respond immediately and appropriately to real and perceived threats at Tiger Stadium and all campus facilities,” the statement read. “In this case, protocol was followed efficiently and effectively to quickly ascertain the source of the threat. That protocol included an immediate sweep of the stadium and a multiagency investigation, which led to the suspect being identified within minutes and arrested soon thereafter.”

Croll is listed as a “fugitive of justice” in Tuscaloosa County online jail records. The Tuscaloosa News reported he is being held without bond while he awaits charges in Louisiana.

“We are aware of the arrest of a UA freshman over the weekend. Threats and pranks can have serious ramifications and necessitate an appropriate response. The university and UAPD are cooperating fully with the investigation, but we cannot provide any additional details on a pending matter,” an Alabama spokesman told the News. “UA will follow its student conduct policies and procedures. The LSU community has always been gracious to us, and we regret these events.”

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