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LSU Routed By Florida On The Hardwood

The young LSU Tigers basketball team faced their toughest test of the season Saturday afternoon at the PMAC in Baton Rouge. It proved to be a stiff test as the #11 Florida Gators routed the young Tigers 74-52. Leading the way was...

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LSU Basketball Travels To Mississippi St. – Game Preview

The LSU Tiger men's basketball team wraps-up a short, two-game road trip on Wednesday night, when they travel to Starkville, Mississippi, to take on the 16th-ranked Mississippi St. Bulldogs, in SEC action.

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LSU Defeats Rutgers, 55-50

The LSU Tiger men's basketball picked up a non-conference road win on Saturday night, defeating the  Rutgers Scarlet Knight, 55-50, as part of the SEC/Big East challenge.

With LSU trailing by a point, Anthony Hickey hit jumper to give the Tigers a 49-48 lead with 1:19 remaining.

Hickey then fouled Austin Johnson, who then nailed two free throws, giving Rutgers a 50-49 lead, at the 1:05 mark.

Hickey came right back and hit a 10-foot floater in the lane, to give the Tigers the lead back, 51-50, with :40 remaining.

After a Rutgers offensive foul, Johnny O'Bryant get free for a dunk, to extend the Tigers' lead to 53-50, with 12.7 seconds left.

Rutgers lost the basketball on their next possession, and O'Bryant sealed the win with two free throws, making the final score 55-50.

LSU was able to out-shoot Rutgers from the field, 36%-33%.

Andre Stringer led the Tigers, with 13 points, while O'Bryant chipped in with 11.

Eli Carter paced the Scarlet Knights in a losing cause, with 10 points.

With the win, LSU improves to 5-3 on the season, while Rutgers falls to 4-4.

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LSU Sneaks Past Houston, 59-58

The LSU Tiger men's basketball team opened up a two-game road trip by sneaking past the Houston Cougars, 59-58, on Tuesday night, in non-conference action.

LSU was trailing, 58-57, with :04 seconds remaining, when freshman guard Anthony Hickey missed a lay-up.

The offensive rebound went to the Tigers' Storm Warren, who was fouled with :01 left.

Warren proceeded to go to the free throw line and sink two free throws, to give LSU the one-point win.

Houston was able to out-shoot LSU from the field, 44%-34%, but the Tigers out-rebounded the Cougars, 37-32, and also forced 20 UH turnovers.

Andre Stringer led the way for the Tigers, with 13 points, while Ralston Turner added 12.

Alandise Harris paced the Cougars in a losing cause, with a game-high 21 points.

With the victory, LSU improves to 4-3 on the year, while Houston fell to 3-3. 

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