Missouri reschedules non-conference matchup with Louisiana that was scheduled to be played in 2020
Thanks to the coronavirus, there obviously weren’t any non-conference matchups played last fall during the Southeastern Conference’s regular-season schedule.
That resulted in the status of all non-conference matchups scheduled for the 2020 season up in the air, including a Texas A&M and Colorado home-and-home series that was set to begin last fall in College Station. Instead of making the trip to Boulder in 2021, the Aggies and Buffs will meet in Denver this season.
After missing out on meeting on the field last fall, Missouri and Louisiana have agreed to a rescheduled matchup for the 2025 season. That news was announced on Wednesday.
The two programs are now scheduled to meet on Oct. 4, 2025, at Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium in Columbia, Missouri. Unless Missouri and Louisiana meet in a bowl game before the 2025 matchup, this game will be the first meeting between the two programs.
The only issue in rescheduling this matchup for 2025? Missouri currently has five non-conference games scheduled to be played in 2025.
Now the Tigers will have to figure out which game to move.
Missouri current 2025 non-conference.
- vs. Kansas on Sept. 6
- at Miami (Ohio) on Sept. 13
- at Colorado on Sept. 20
- vs. Louisiana on Oct. 4
- vs. UMass on Oct. 18