Mizzou football is about to play at home, on the road.
After knocking off then-No. 15 Kansas State last weekend, Missouri is set to face Memphis on Saturday evening at The Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis, where coach Eli Drinkwitz’s group will be the designated home team.
Mizzou bought out a Memphis home game to play the nonconference matchup in St. Louis, where Missouri is making its first trip since the final iteration of the Arch Rivalry against Illinois, a series that ended in 2010. It’s the first meeting between Missouri and Memphis since 2018, when MU won 65-33 on Faurot Field in Columbia.
Both teams have started the 2023 season 3-0, with Missouri beating South Dakota and Middle Tennessee State before the dramatic win over K-State. Memphis has seen off Bethune-Cookman, Arkansas State and Navy to open its campaign.
Here is everything you need to know about the all-Tigers matchup, including time, date, TV and streaming information and more.
What channel is Mizzou vs. Memphis on?
TV Channel: ESPNU
Stream: FUBO (free trial); ESPN+
Courtney Lyle will be on the call alongside analyst and former Georgia quarterback Hutson Mason in the booth on the ESPNU broadcast. There is no listed sideline reporter for Missouri’s third game of the season.
FUBO, which offers a free trial for potential subscribers, will stream Missouri’s game against Memphis. The matchup also will stream live on ESPN+.
What time does Missouri vs. Memphis start?
Date: Saturday, Sept. 23
Time: 6:30 p.m. CDT
Missouri is set to play its third night game in four weeks with the evening start in St. Louis. It's the Tigers' final game before their Southeastern Conference slate begins against Vanderbilt on Sept. 30 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Memphis, meanwhile, is playing its fourth straight night game, which comes after a nine-day break in action, having played its most recent matchup against Navy last Thursday.
Missouri’s full 2023 schedule
Thursday, Aug. 31
W, 35-10 vs. South Dakota (1-0)
Saturday, Sept. 9
W, 23-19 vs. Middle Tennessee (2-0)
Saturday, Sept. 16
W, 30-27 vs. Kansas State (3-0)
Saturday, Sept. 23 (6:30 p.m.)
vs. Memphis in St. Louis
Saturday, Sept. 30 (3 p.m.)
Saturday, Oct. 7
Saturday, Oct. 14
Saturday, Oct. 21
vs. South Carolina
Saturday, Nov. 4
Saturday, Nov. 11
Saturday, Nov. 18
Friday, Nov. 24
This article originally appeared on Columbia Daily Tribune: How to watch Mizzou vs. Memphis in St. Louis. Time, TV schedule for MU in Week 4