Football Schedules Home-and-Home With Missouri

Boston College football

Ladies and gentlemen, your Southeastern Conference team has arrived.

This Tuesday, Boston College Director of Athletics Brad Bates announced the scheduling of a home-and-home series with the University of Missouri. The Eagles will host the Tigers at Alumni Stadium on Sept. 25, 2021, and will travel to Columbia, Mo. on Sept. 14, 2024. BC and Mizzou have never played against one another in football.

All-time, BC is 10-17-1 against teams from the SEC. Among SEC teams, BC has the best record against Alabama (3-1) and the worst against Tennessee (2-8). The Eagles have not played an SEC opponent since falling 16-14 to Vanderbilt in the Music City Bowl on Dec. 31, 2008.

With the scheduling of Mizzou, BC’s non-conference schedule is largely fleshed out through the 2026 season, at least among Power Five teams. The Eagles will play Notre Dame four times: 2017, 2019, 2022, and 2025. They will also play a home-and-home with Big Ten team Purdue in 2018 and 2020, and with Ohio State in 2023 and 2024. Several years down the road, BC will host a home-and-home with Stanford in 2028 and 2029. The Eagles have also scheduled two Group of Five opponents: Central Michigan in 2017, and a home-and-home with Temple in 2018 and 2021. Of these games, all but the Notre Dame and Ohio State series were scheduled by Bates—the other two were scheduled by previous AD Gene DiFilippo.

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2 Comments

  1. I have been a season ticket holder for ever. Haven’t been to a game since the 6-3 barn burner last year with Wake Forest! BC should be scheduling more teams like Wagner, UMASS and Buffalo and not SEC teams that will beat up on BC like Clemson, VT, Florida State, NC State and others. It’s embarrassing. The only D1 competitive programs at BC are Men’s Hockey, Baseball, Men’s and Women’s soccer and Women’s Basketball. All the rest should be D2. I get much more enjoyment out of Harvard football and Basketball then BC. Fire Addasio!!!!!!!

    • I like following Ivy (& Patriot) League, too. In fact BC football should be in Patriot League & rekindle rivalry with Holy Cross and build rivalries with Jesuit schools Fordham (which, unlike BC took back the honorary degree it had bestowed on Bill Cosby) and Georgetown

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