The 2023 SEC football schedule was announced, and the Missouri Tigers are set to open conference play on September 30th against Vanderbilt. The team’s non-conference schedule has already been announced and includes games against South Dakota, Middle Tennessee, and Kansas State. The fourth non-conference game opponent is yet to be determined.
Mizzou has a favorable start to conference play with games against Vanderbilt and South Carolina, which are crucial wins for the team. However, the latter half of the schedule is quite challenging, with games against LSU, Kentucky, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, and Arkansas. Missouri will face Florida at home on their Senior Night, which could work in their favor, given the team’s recent success against the Gators in Columbia.
September 2nd — vs South Dakota
September 9th — vs Middle Tennessee
September 16th — vs Kansas State
September 30th — at Vanderbilt
October 7th — vs LSU
October 14th — at Kentucky
October 21st — vs South Carolina
October 28th — BYE
November 4th — at Georgia
November 11th — vs Tennessee
November 18th — vs Florida
November 25th — at Arkansas