Boston College and Missouri will play a future home-and-home series, the schools announced on Tuesday.
The Eagles will host the Tigers on Sept. 25, 2021 and travel to Missouri on Sept. 14, 2024.
The meetings will be the first-ever between to the two schools.
“We are excited to add a Southeastern Conference opponent to our future schedules,” BC athletic director Brad Bates said.
In meetings that date back to 1937, Boston College is 10-17-1 all-time against the Southeastern Conference. The last time the Eagles faced an SEC opponent was in the Champs Sports Bowl on Dec. 31, 2008. They fell, 16-14, to Vanderbilt. BC has faced the SEC five times in bowl games with two wins. The Eagles are 6-6-1 at home against the conference and 2-8 on the road. The first meeting against the SEC came in 1937 when BC shut out Kentucky, 13-0, on Nov. 13 at Fenway Park.
Boston College’s future non-conference opponents include:
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)
Boston College’s record vs. SEC Opponents:
Ole Miss: 0-3-1