Missouri football has never played these Power-5 Schools
Missouri has been a power conference school for their entire existence so it won’t be surprising to hear that they’ve matched up against most of the other schools in the current Power 5 leagues. In fact, just six of those teams have never found their way onto Missouri’s schedule.
The ACC has half of the list, including Florida State, NC State, and Virginia Tech. It’s interesting that none of these teams have played the Tigers while others like North Carolina and Syracuse have played them on multiple occasions.
Before joining the SEC, Missouri was of course a founding member of the Big 12, meaning they played each of those schools numerous times over the year. However, the conference recently expanded, and among the new additions, it’s just Cincinnati who has never been on their schedule.
With regional rivalries and a long history with Nebraska, Missouri has played more than 200 games against current Big Ten opponents but has never faced off with Rutgers. Yes, the Tigers have played at least four games against the other 13 teams in the conference but have never seen the Scarlet Knights.
Finally, since they’ve clearly seen all of their SEC rivals, we’re left with the Pac-12 and a somewhat surprising result. Though they were longtime conference rivals with Colorado, the Tigers have actually played nearly every other team in the current Pac-12, failing to meet only Washington. Perhaps that matchup will come one day soon.