Sep 7, 2013; San Antonio, TX, USA; Oklahoma State Cowboys helmet sits on the field during warmups prior to the game against the Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners at Alamodome. Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

Oklahoma State begins daunting stretch run with trip to Austin

If bowl selection occurred tomorrow, it’s very likely that Oklahoma State Cowboys fans would be looking to secure Cotton Bowl tickets. With an easy slate of games thus far, the Cowboys stand at 8-1, good for the second best record in the Big 12 behind undefeated Baylor. With three games remaining against the other three ranked teams in the Big 12, the Cowboys could play themselves into the Fiesta Bowl, or out of the major Bowl picture entirely.

The Longhorns on the other hand are sitting pretty at 6-0 in Big 12 play, and look to keep rolling following an overtime victory at West Virginia last week. Longhorn fans have driven up prices a bit in the past week, by 1% to an average of $126 dollars. Fans can still get in for as little as $45 dollars.

Prices for this week’s game are 9% above the average price for Texas football tickets at home this season, but still check in 21% below the average price of when these two teams last met at Oklahoma State last season. While Oklahoma State football tickets at home always carry fairly strong demand, coincidentally this year’s average price also checks in exactly 21% below when these two squads last met at Texas in 2011.

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