Big 12 releases future football conference schedules

Thursday, September 30, 2010 | 11:46 a.m. CDT

The Big 12 Conference announced its future league schedules for 2011 and beyond on Thursday. After Colorado and Nebraska's exits from the Big 12 on June 30, 2011, the 10-team conference will expand from an eight-game to a nine-game league schedule.

The date of the 2011 game against Oklahoma is undetermined due to an Oklahoma non-conference conflict that the Sooners had previously scheduled. The two schools are working with the league to finalize the date.

2011 Missouri football schedule: Sept. 3: Miami (Ohio), Sept. 10: at Arizona State, Sept. 17: OPEN, Sept. 24: Western Illinois, TBD: at Oklahoma, Oct. 8: at Kansas State, Oct. 15: Iowa State, Oct. 22: Oklahoma State, Oct. 29: at Texas A&M, Nov. 5: at Baylor, Nov. 12: Texas, Nov. 19: Texas Tech, Nov. 26: Kansas (in Kansas City)

2012 Missouri football schedule: Sept. 1: OPEN, Sept. 8: Southern Illinois, Sept. 15: Arizona State, Sept. 22: at Miami (Ohio), Sept. 29: Oklahoma, Oct. 6: Kansas State, Oct. 13: at Iowa State, Oct. 20: at Oklahoma State, Oct. 27: Texas A&M, Nov. 3: Baylor, Nov. 10: at Texas, Nov. 17: at Texas Tech, Nov. 24: Kansas (in Kansas City)

Odd year Missouri Big 12 schedules: week 1: at Oklahoma, week 2: at Kansas State, week 3: Iowa State, week 4: Oklahoma State, week 5: at Texas A&M, week 6: at Baylor, week 7: Texas, week 8: Texas Tech, Week 9: Kansas (in Kansas City)

Even year Missouri Big 12 schedules: week 1: Oklahoma, week 2: Kansas State, week 3: at Iowa State, week 4: at Oklahoma State, week 5: Texas A&M, week 6: Baylor, week 7: at Texas, week 8: at Texas Tech, Week 9: Kansas (in Kansas City) 

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