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Boston College Football Announces Home-and-Home With Missouri

The Eagles will meet Missouri for the first time ever on the gridiron.

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A common complaint around Boston College football this season has been the lack of a marquee non-conference game.

Many BC fans also squirmed a bit when the ACC voted to remain at only eight conference games, forcing the Eagles to schedule four non-conference opponents, including one from a "Power 5" conference every year.

Well, BC took a step toward beefing up future non-conference slates by adding SEC foe Missouri to the schedule for a home-and-home series. Boston College Athletic Communications announced today that the Eagles will host the Tigers on September 25, 2021, then travel to Missouri for a return game on September 14, 2024.

"We are excited to add a Southeastern Conference opponent to our future schedules," BC Athletic Director Brad Bates said in a statement.

The 2021 game at Alumni Stadium will be the first meeting of these two schools on the gridiron. Against SEC competition, Boston College is 13-19-1, dating back to 1937, and most recently lost to Vanderbilt in the 2008 Music City Bowl.*

Missouri is just the latest non-conference foe added by BC, as the Eagles already have several big games scheduled, all the way up to 2029. Over the next 13 seasons, BC also has home-and-homes scheduled with Notre Dame, Temple, Purdue, Ohio State and Stanford.

Boston College football's future non-conference games are listed below, with several slots left to be filled.

2017 – Notre Dame (H), Central Michigan (H)

2018 – Temple (H), Purdue (A)

2019 – Notre Dame (A)

2020 – Purdue (H)

2021 – Temple (A), Missouri (H)

2022 – Notre Dame (A)

2023 – Ohio State (A)

2024 – Ohio State (H), Missouri (A)

2025 – Notre Dame (H)

2028 – Stanford (H)

2029 – Stanford (A)

*A previous version of this story incorrectly referred to BC's 2008 bowl game loss to Vanderbilt as the Champs Sports Bowl, and the Eagles' record against the SEC has also been corrected, per an update from Boston College Athletic Communications.