Sean Merriman, web editor, January 13, 2016

JaQuan Lyle had himself a night on Wednesday.

The Ohio State standout freshman had 16 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists in Ohio State's commanding 94-68 victory over Rutgers.

Lyle's triple-double was the first of his young career, and just the fifth in Ohio State basketball history. It was the second ever triple-double for the Buckeyes in Big Ten play, with the first coming last year from D'Angelo Russell against Rutgers as well.

Other Buckeyes to record triple-doubles include Evan Turner (2), Dennis Hopson and Russell.

Well done, Mr. Lyle.