The Missouri women's basketball team won its second consecutive game on Sunday, defeating Vanderbilt 54-51.
Coach Kim Anderson "disappointed" as usual after another loss.
Only a few fans gathered in Columbia bars to watch the Missouri men's basketball team lose its 13th straight game.
The Tigers fell 76-53 to Vanderbilt on Saturday afternoon.
Missouri is one game from history, but not in a good way. The Tigers next chance to move past moral victories to an actual win is Saturday at 1:30 p.m.
The Washington Generals general manager and Towson Universitycoach Pat Skerry speak from experience about historic losing streaks.
It wasn't easy. It wasn't probable. But Missouri men's basketball has reached a milestone no other team in four decades has by losing a 12th straight game.
Michael Qualls had 21 points and added to his career highlight reel of dunks, showing he's fully recovered from a recent knee sprain, and Arkansas (21-5, 10-3 Southeastern Conference) won its fifth straight with an 84-69 victory over Missouri on Wednesday night.
With a loss on Wednesday, Missouri basketball would tie its program-worst losing streak of 12.
An MU faculty member who shares a name with the school's men's basketball coach is a common recipient of messages intended elsewhere.
After a tough loss to Alabama on Thursday, the Missouri women's basketball team bounced back to record a decisive win over Ole Miss on Sunday.
Despite a career-high 27 points from Johnathan Williams III, Missouri basketball loses again.
Missouri lost its 11th game in a row Saturday. Mississippi State's Roquez Johnson stole the game with one rebound, a fitting downfall given Missouri's rebounding struggles this season.
Despite a career-high 27 points from Johnathan Williams III, Missouri basketball sees a similar result.
The Tigers next opportunity to snap the streak comes against Mississippi State at 3 p.m. Saturday.
Sophomore Wes Clark was an emerging leader for Missouri, averaging 10.1 points, 3.5 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 1.7 steals per game this season.
Kim Anderson got choked up Thursday thanking all the first responders from St. Clair, Missouri.
The Missouri women's basketball team (13-12, 3-9 Southeastern Conference) dropped to 2-6 on the road after losing to Alabama on a late shot Thursday night.
Despite a strong first half, Missouri sophomore Wes Clark left Tuesday's game to a dislocated elbow.
There's nothing uncommon about a coach giving a vague compliment to another coach. It's an understood courtesy among coaches. But when given the opportunity to talk about Kim Anderson, opposing coaches seem to take it up a notch.