Sports Minute: Texas A&M tops Missouri 66-64 despite record free throws
By HANNAH HOFFMEISTER
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - For a struggling Missouri men’s basketball team, even an NCAA record-breaking night wasn’t enough for a win. After sinking 31 free throws in its weekend loss to Alabama, the Tigers (9-9, 1-5 Southeastern Conference) continued their streak with 23 foul shots in a row against Texas A&M. The 54 consecutive free throws broke the NCAA record of 50 set by Wake Forest in 2005.But it wasn’t enough - Josh Nebo and his 14 points overpowered a sloppy Missouri team to a 66-64 Aggies win.
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