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A look at Mizzou Football’s 2024 schedule, plus other news and notes

Mizzou Links for Thursday, December 14

Mark those calendars!

The 2024 SEC Football schedule was officially released last night on ESPN, and Mizzou’s conference slate couldn’t have started off more favorable — with a home game against Vanderbilt on September 21st.

Here is the Tigers’ full 2024 schedule — highlighted by a trip to Tuscaloosa on October 26th and SEC newcomer Oklahoma making their long-awaited return to Columbia on November 9th.

Mizzou has officially announced that their Homecoming game will be on October 19th vs Auburn, Tigers vs Tigers.

To break it all down, here is Parker Gilliam’s takeaways on the schedule release:

Plus, Eliah Drinkwitz reacts to Mizzou’s 2024 schedule on the SEC Network:

Here were some previously announced SEC games on the 2024 schedule that should definitely catch your attention:

Meanwhile, the ongoing list of All-Americans continue — and Cody Schrader (First Team) and Luther Burden (Second Team) were named to Sporting News’ teams.

What does this mean for Schrader? Deservingly so, he’s certainly in play to become a consensus All-American. He’s landed on four of the five outlets thus far — and just needs to be named on the AFCA (American Football Coaches Association). Be sure to stay tuned for that.

Onto the links. M-I-Z!

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More Links:


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  • ESPN’s Paul Biancardi on Mizzou Hoops commit Aaron Rowe:
  • An impressive list of what Mizzou Football has accomplished this season:
  • Mizzou Football ranked 6th in the SEC top scoring offense with 34.1 PPG this season:
  • It’s MIZ in KC on Sunday!
  • 2024 Four-star Mizzou linebacker commit from the state of Arkansas Brian Huff will officially sign with the Tigers on Monday the 18th:
  • A recruiting update on Mizzou 4-star WR target Courtney Crutchfield:
  • Former Missouri Tiger Ja’Mori Maclin (Jeremy’s cousin) is back in the SEC, landing at Kentucky:
  • ICYMI on Tuesday night: Kobe Brown highlights and stat line from the Clippers win over the Kings:
  • Congrats to Noah Carter’s sister on being named an All-American for Kansas State Volleyball:
  • Charlton Young’s daughter making some plays for Auburn Women’s Basketball:
  • Give a listen to Florida radio coverage on Mizzou Football incoming WR commit James Madison
  • Kerrick Jackson is pleased with Mizzou Baseball’s new indoor facility (they took over Devine):
  • Just the beginning for Mizzou Gymnastics. Karen provided a recap in the Wednesday Links:
  • Mid-season form for Mizzou Swimming and Diving:
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