Mike Casazza tweeted that this was being worked on yesterday and today, WVU made it official with this announcement:
#WVU & Missouri announce football series | http://t.co/XOHlm8jxaV pic.twitter.com/UHOudN6weA— WVU Football (@WVUfootball) November 7, 2014
That makes the schedules for those two years look like:
WVU's '16 sked: home v. Youngstown St, Mizzou, Okla, Baylor, TCU, Kansas, Kan St; at Texas Tech, Okla St, Texas, Iowa St; v. BYU at FedEx.— Mike Casazza (@mikecasazza) November 6, 2014
WVU's '19 sked: home v. NC St, OK State, Texas Tech, Texas, Iowa St; at Mizzou, Okla, TCU, Baylor, Kan, Kan St. Likely one home date remains— Mike Casazza (@mikecasazza) November 6, 2014
West Virginia is definitely upping it's out-of-conference profile in the coming years, scheduling "Power 5" conference opponents N.C. State, Penn St., Virginia Tech and now Missouri (to go along with an attractive independent opponent in BYU game in D.C) over the next few years.