The Missouri Tigers have filled out some of their upcoming schedules, but the games aren’t exactly against big-time opponents.

According to a report from, the Tigers recently added five total non-conference games to their future schedules.

Per the report, the Tigers will take on MAC foe Buffalo in Columbia on Sept. 7, 2024. Missouri also reportedly added games against Southeast Missouri (SEMO), Murray State and South Dakota to their schedules.

In addition to playing SEMO in 2019, the Tigers will now play their in-state foes in 2021 and 2023. The game against Murray State, an Ohio Valley Conference squad like SEMO, will occur in 2024. The South Dakota contest will take place in 2022, with all games being played at Faurot Field.

As SEC conversations continues to center around moving to a nine-game conference schedule, the Tigers are making some interesting scheduling decisions.