For the first time since Missouri left for the Southeastern Conference at the end of the 2011 season, one of the most underrated college football rivalries will be played once again as the Tigers and their cross-border foes from the Big 12, the Kansas Jayhawks, signed a deal for a four-game series spread out over eight years.
The Kansas-Missouri rivalry is the fourth-longest in the FBS with the first game being played between the two schools in 1891. Missouri holds a one-game advantage in the series with a record of 56-55-9.
The best part about the rebirth of this series? There won't be any Kansas City neutral-site nonsense. All games will be played in either Columbia or Lawrence.
- Sept 6, 2025 – Columbia
- Sept 12, 2026 – Lawrence
- Sept 6, 2031 – Columbia
- Sept 12, 2032 – Lawrence
BORDER WAR BACK, Y'ALL!!