Missouri's plan is to play seven home games in 2012: the four games against SEC opponents (Georgia, Vanderbilt, Alabama and Kentucky), the Sept. 15 visit from Arizona State, and two more nonconference opponents. One of those will most likely be a Football Championship Subdivision team, preferably Southern Illinois if the schools can find a suitable date. The other will most likely be from an FBS non-AQ conference, such as the Sun Belt, Mid-American or Conference USA. If Missouri can't land another non-AQ team, [Missouri Senior Associate Athletic Director Mark] Alnutt said MU is not opposed to scheduling a second AQ school from one of the other BCS conferences but said that would be "a last priority." Actually, the ultimate "last-last priority" would be scheduling a second FCS opponent, Alnutt said. "We'd only consider that if our backs were completely against the wall," he said.Via Dave Matter. So now the trick is matching open dates with someone.