Sept 29, 2012; Stillwater, OK, USA; Oklahoma State Cowboys head coach Mike Gundy yells to his team against the Texas Longhorns during the second half at Boone Pickens Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Oklahoma State Cowboys 2013-14 Football Schedule


Jan 1, 2013; Dallas, TX, USA; Oklahoma State Cowboys quarterback Daxx Garman (12) throws prior to the game against the Purdue Boilermakers at the Heart of Dallas Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Last season we saw the Oklahoma State Cowboys end at 8-5 and trounce Purdue in The Heart of Dallas Bowl sending them into the off-season on a high note. With the 2013-14 season not too far away, let’s take a look at their new schedule.

Oklahoma State Cowboys 2013-14 Schedule.

August 31st: vs. Mississippi State. Neutral site (Houston). All-Time Series tied at 2-2.

September 7th: at University of Texas San Antonio. First ever meeting.

September 14th: vs. Lamar. OSU has not had a season opener this late since 1998.

September 21st: Bye Week.

September 28th: at West Virginia. First time in Morgantown since 1928.

October 5th: vs. Kansas State. OSU has won the last 3 meetings in Stillwater.

October 12th: Bye Week.

October 19th: vs. TCU. OSU won the last meeting.

October 26th: at Iowa State. In dramatic fashion, the Cowboys lost their last meeting in Ames.

November 2nd: at Texas Tech. Third meeting in Lubbock in the past four years.

November 9th: vs. Kansas. OSU has won eight of their last nine meetings.

November 16th: at Texas. OSU has won their last two meetings in Austin.

November 23rd: vs. Baylor. OSU has won their last six meetings in Stillwater.

November 30th: Bye Week.

December 7th: vs. Oklahoma. OSU won their last meeting in Stillwater.

It is very important that the Pokes get past Mississippi State and carry the momentum through their late season opener.  Assuming they go undefeated until October 26th, Iowa State should be on high alert for an upset, and playing in Austin against the Longhorns is never easy for anyone. Wes Lunt, J.W. Walsh and Clint Chelf are ready to take things to the next level… who knows, maybe Daxx Garman will get some playing time?

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