Disagree. The way the SEC scheduling cycle works, odd numbered years, in general, are more difficult for Mizzou because Florida, Tennessee and South Carolina are harder places to play than Vandy, Arkansas and Kentucky. Again, that's a bit of generalization, but the way the programs are constructed right now, Mizzou should always capitalize on the odd-numbered years when three of the four road games are at places where there's less of a home-field advantage, that being Vandy, Arkansas and Kentucky - UK's recent 10-win season notwithstanding.
Plus, Mizzou gets Ole Miss at home this year as opposed to a road game at Mississippi State in 2020. MSU is a much better program as they're constructed right now - plus it's a road game. That makes the 2020 slate harder.
All four noncon games are at home this year. Next year Mizzou goes to BYU. The Cougars are almost always competitive against Power 5 teams and are tough at home.
So, yes, I'll give you that MU's 2020 schedule isn't overwhelming, but it's not as favorable as 2019.