The Illinois-Missouri rivalry is going to be a more regular occurrence in the future. The two schools have agreed to another four-game series, this one scheduled for the 2030s.
On Friday, Missouri unveiled additions to its future schedules, revealing that the Tigers and Fighting Illini have added another four-game home-and-home series. The two teams will meet four times between the 2032-35 seasons, with each team hosting two contests.
Illinois will have home games in 2032 and 2034 while Mizzou will host the 2033 and 2035 matchups.
NEWS | #Mizzou Announces Future Football Schedule Additions.
— Mizzou Football (@MizzouFootball) March 6, 2020
These future contests come in addition to a previously-scheduled four-game series, set for later this decade. Illinois and Mizzou will play four games between 2026-29. The Illini will host the 2026 and 2028 games with the Tigers playing at home in 2027 and 2029.
Illinois and Missouri have played 24 games, with the Tigers owning a 17-7 advantage in the all-time series. The two teams played six games between 2002-10, with Mizzou winning all six contests. Illinois’ last victory came in 1994.