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This week Missouri will travel to Toledo and in the next few years the Tigers will play at Arkansas State, Wyoming, and Memphis.

According to AD Mike Alden, these non-power road games will be something that Missouri will try to "phase out" in the future. Per St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
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As for football scheduling, Alden said Mizzou will eventually phase out playing road games at schools that are not in the power conferences — like Saturday’s game at Toledo and next year’s game at Arkansas State. “In the future, our road games, what we’d like to do, is have that be against … the other four (power) conferences and have the other games be home games here,” he said. “That’s the plan.”
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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