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Missouri's SEC football pairings announced

Monday, May 19, 2014 | 9:33 p.m. CDT; updated 11:27 a.m. CDT, Tuesday, July 15, 2014

The Southeastern Conference announced its football pairings through the 2025 season Monday, including a 12-year rotation of non-divisional opponents.

Missouri will play

  • at Texas A&M in 2014.
  • home against Mississippi State in 2015.
  • at LSU in 2016.
  • home against Auburn in 2017.
  • at Alabama in 2018.
  • home against Ole Miss in 2019.
  • at Mississippi State in 2020.
  • home against Texas A&M in 2021.
  • at Auburn in 2022.
  • home against LSU in 2023.
  • at Ole Miss in 2024.
  • home against Alabama in 2025.

The reigning SEC East champions, Missouri plays its fellow division opponents each year, as well as Arkansas from the SEC West. Division-mates are Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, South Carolina, Tennessee and Vanderbilt.

In 2014 Missouri will be home against Georgia, Kentucky, Vanderbilt and Arkansas; the Tigers will travel to Florida, South Carolina and Tennessee. Sites for those permanent opponents alternate home and away through 2025.


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