Mizzou basketball split a pair of games yesterday.
On the women’s side, they were handed their first loss of the season in the final game of the Baha Mar Pink Flamingo Championship in Nassau, Bahamas.
The hard-fought battle against Number 11 Virginia Tech went to the Hokies, 73 to 57.
The Tigers return home and host St. Louis University Wednesday night with a 7:00 tip.
On the men’s side, they remain undefeated following last night’s win over Coastal Carolina at Mizzou Arena.
Senior Isiaih Mosley had a game-high 22 points, graduate student D’Moi Hodge contributed 18 points and grad student Nick Honor chipped in nine points to eclipse 1,000 career points in the 89 to 51 win.
Next up for the Tigers is Houston Baptist Saturday morning at Mizzou Arena.
Tip off is at 11:00
The Blues winning streak ends at 7 after last night’s loss to Buffalo 6 to 2 in New York.
Paul Buchnevich and Brayden Schenn both scored for the Blues with Jordan Kyrou picking up an assist.
Jordan Binnington stopped 25 shots but denied his bid to win his 100th career game.
He’ll have another chance at win number 100 tomorrow as they head to Florida to take on the Lightning, puck drops at 7:00.
It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without football and there are 3 NFL games on tap for today.
The Buffalo Bills head to Detroit to take on a team with one of the worst defenses in the league, the Lions, kick off is at 11:30.
Next up, the Cowboys host the Giants in an NFC East showdown, kick off is at 3:30.
The night cap is in Minneapolis as the Patriots come to town to take on the Vikings.
That game from U.S. Bank Stadium kicks off at 7:20 tonight.