Missouri football's 2014 SEC schedule released

Wednesday, August 21, 2013 | 11:35 a.m. CDT; updated 7:32 a.m. CDT, Monday, August 26, 2013

COLUMBIA — The Southeastern Conference released the 2014 league schedule on Tuesday, completing Missouri's list of opponents for that season.

Missouri will once again play every team from the SEC East Division, which will include road games against South Carolina, Florida and Tennessee to go with home games against Georgia, Vanderbilt and Kentucky.

Missouri's 2014 Football Schedule

Aug. 30 - South Dakota State at Missouri

Sept. 6 - Missouri at Toledo

Sept. 13 - Central Florida at Missouri

Sept. 20 - Indiana at Missouri

Sept. 27 - Missouri at South Carolina

Oct. 4 - Bye Week

Oct. 11 - Georgia at Missouri

Oct. 18 - Missouri at Florida

Oct. 25 - Vanderbilt at Missouri

Nov. 1 - Kentucky at Missouri

Nov. 8 - Bye Week 

Nov. 15 - Missouri at Texas A&M

Nov. 22 - Missouri at Tennessee

Nov. 29 - Arkansas at Missouri

In addition, Missouri will play two teams from the west division. Arkansas will come to Columbia on the Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend to play Missouri, and the Tigers will travel to Texas A&M to take on the Aggies.

The SEC announced Arkansas and Missouri as permanent, cross-division rivals in football back in May.

Missouri will also have four non-conference games in 2014, including home games against South Dakota State, Central Florida and Indiana. Toledo is the only road game on Missouri's non-conference schedule.

The toughest stretch of the season for the Tigers comes in late September and early October. Starting Sept. 27, Missouri will have road games against South Carolina and Florida with a bye week and a home game against Georgia in between. Those three teams have either won or shared the SEC East Division title every year dating back to 2005.

In total, Missouri will have seven home games compared to five road games in 2014. All times for the games have not yet been decided.

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