Here is every non-conference game that the Texas Longhorns have scheduled as of today.With the way the Big 12 is currently constructed, Texas plays each of the other conference members every year. That leaves three non-conference slots per year for the Longhorns.The next available game that the Longhorns have is 2022. They have a Power Five opponent set for every year through 2033.Via FBSchedules:2019: Aug. 31: vs. Louisiana Tech Sept. 7: vs. LSU Sept. 14: vs. Rice (NRG Stadium, Houston)2020: Sept. 5: vs. USF Sept. 12: at LSU Sept. 26: vs. UTEP2021: Sept. 4: vs. Louisiana Sept. 11: at Arkansas Sept. 18: vs. Rice2022: Sept. 10: vs. Alabama Sept. 17: at UTSA2023: Sept. 2: vs. Rice Sept. 9: at Alabama2024: Aug. 31: vs. Colorado State Sept. 7: at Michigan Sept. 14: vs. UTSA2025: Aug. 30: vs. Ohio State Sept. 13: vs. UTEP2026: Sept. 5: at Ohio State Sept. 19: vs. UTSA2027: Sept. 11: vs. Michigan Sept. 18: vs. UTEP2028: Sept. 2: vs. Georgia Sept. 16: vs. UTSA2029: Sept. 1: at Georgia Sept. 15: vs. UTEP2030: Sept. 7: at Florida Sept. 14: UTSA2031: Sept. 6: vs. Florida Sept. 13: vs. UTEP2032: Sept. 11: at Arizona State2033: Sept. 10: vs. Arizona State NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA – JANUARY 01: Sam Ehlinger #11 of the Texas Longhorns celebrates after defeating the Georgia Bulldogs 28-21 during the Allstate Sugar Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 01, 2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)College football schedules have long been set out years in advance. Things have gotten even crazier as of late, and Texas football is no different.The Longhorns already have at least one game scheduled through 2033. That includes some very big opponents.With the Big 12 being pretty inconsistent as of late, aside from Oklahoma, the prominent games may help. The Longhorns are aiming to get back to national prominence, which was greatly aided by the Sugar Bowl win against Georgia at the end of last season.Those same Bulldogs are among the college football powers that will be on the schedule in a few years.