NORMAN – The Southeastern Conference announced permanent baseball opponents for future scheduling formats for all member schools on Thursday, including Oklahoma and Texas, which are set to join the league July 1, 2024. OU will face Texas and Missouri in baseball each year beginning with the 2025 season.
The Sooners, which last played Missouri in a conference series in 2012 (but twice in non-conference meetings since), lead the all-time series against the Tigers 128-85. Texas holds a 156-68-2 all-time series advantage, but OU has won 10 of its 18 games against the Longhorns under head coach Skip Johnson, including four in a row.
Beginning in 2025, SEC baseball teams will play three-game series against two permanent opponents and eight rotating opponents each season for a total of 30 conference games. Standings will be kept in a single-division format.
The permanent SEC baseball opponents were determined based on a number of factors including geography, traditional opponents and strength of schedule.
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