Rutgers Falls 55-50 To LSU In Big East/SEC Challenge

Rutgers couldn't hold off LSU on Saturday night in the Big East/SEC challenge.

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Rutgers Vs. LSU Final Score: Scarlet Knights Fall In Big East/SEC Challenge, 55-50

Rutgers lost their first basketball game at home during the 2011 season to LSU, 55-50, on Dec. 3. The game was part of the Big East/SEC Challenge which the Big East won 8-4.

Rutgers held a 28-23 halftime lead and also led 50-49 with a 1:05 left to play in the game. LSU guard Aaron Hickey was not a scoring threat until the final two minutes of the game when he hit two clutch shots. He also assisted on Johnny O'Bryant's breakaway dunk which gave LSU a 53-50 lead with 13 seconds left.

Rutgers lost control of the game once forward Gilvydas Biruta fouled out with 4:50 left to play with the Knights clinging to a 48-44 lead. Biruta had 8 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists and 3 steals for Rutgers. Rutgers guard/forward Mike Pool tied for the lead in the Challenge for the most steals with 5. Andre Stringer led the Tigers with 13 points.

For more Rutgers coverage, visit our team page, or our blog On The Banks. For more on the Big East/SEC Challenge visit Big East Coast Bias.

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