Auburn ends 2-game skid with 26-10 win over No. 25 A&M.
I looked into my dictionaries (Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary,Londman Advanced American Dictionary, and Collins Cobuild Advanced Dictionary),but didn't find a suitable meaning for that "2-game skid". I guess it means the team stopped its repeated defeats, doesn't it?
Does “skid” have a specific meaning used in the domain of sports as “losing games (successively)”？
Is it acceptable to say "one-game skid"?
Why is this meaning or such an example not specifically included in famous dictionaries such as Oxford and Longman?