2021 Missouri Football Schedule: Analysis, Best and Worst Case Scenarios

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2021 Missouri Football Schedule: Analysis, Best and Worst Case Scenarios

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2021 Missouri Football Schedule: Analysis, Best and Worst Case Scenarios

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Breaking down and analyzing the 2021 Missouri Tigers football schedule with the best and worst case scenarios.


2021 Missouri Football Schedule

Sept. 4 Central Michigan

Sept. 11 at Kentucky

Sept. 18 SE Missouri State

Sept. 25 at Boston College

Oct. 2 Tennessee

Oct. 9 North Texas

Oct. 16 Texas A&M

Oct. 23 OPEN DATE

Oct. 30 at Vanderbilt

Nov. 6 at Georgia

Nov. 13 South Carolina

Nov. 20 Florida

Nov. 27 Arkansas (in Little Rock)

Dec. 4 SEC Championship (in Atlanta)

Games vs. The West: at Arkansas, Texas A&M

Missed Teams From The West:  Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Mississippi State, Ole Miss

2021 SEC Composite Schedule, Best Games Each Week

Missouri Tigers Football Schedule Analysis: The Tigers don’t have to deal with Alabama, LSU or Auburn from the West, but they have to face Texas A&M in the middle of the season at the end of an interesting first half run. At long as Mizzou can at least split against Kentucky and Boston College on the road, it should be off to a hot start with Central Michigan, SE Missouri State and North Texas at home.

The second half of the season doesn’t start out poorly with a date at Vanderbilt after the week off. The big problem? Georgia and Florida come up in November.

Best Case Scenario: 9-3. If everything goes right for the Tigers, they win at least one of the three big dates against Texas A&M, Georgia and Florida, and they only lose one other game against a Kentucky or maybe against Arkansas. There are enough winnable games to dream of ten wins, but …

Worst Case Scenario: 5-7. The Tigers could absolutely lose to Kentucky and Boston College on the road, and they might drop the dates with Texas A&M, Georgia and Florida with ease. If everything goes way wrong, the team loses everything but the games against the mediocre to sad.

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