Here are some pertinent numbers from Cal’s 93-66 loss to Missouri:
— The Bears (6-2) had 20 turnovers and allowed Missouri 20 offensive rebounds. Those led to a combined 42 points by the Tigers.
— Cal still has not beaten a Big 12 team on the road in 35 years, dating back to an 85-76 win at Colorado on Dec. 16, 1974. The losing streak in those circumstances is now 12 games.
— Jerome Randle led the Bears in scoring for the seventh time in eight games, although his 15 points were his second-lowest total of the season. Theo Robertson was the only other Cal player in double figures, with 12. Patrick Christopher, who entered the game averaging 14.6 points, shot 3-for-15 and scored nine points.
— DeMarre Carroll led Missouri with 19 points in 22 minutes, and frontcourt mate Leo Lyons had 18.