We’ve known for a couple of weeks now that Oklahoma State would be bowling this season, ever since the Cowboys knocked off West Virginia back on November 17th. The thing fans didn’t know was where they would be bowling.
The mystery has now been solved.
Oklahoma State will be headed to Memphis, Tennessee to face No. 23 Missouri in the Liberty Bowl on Monday, December 31st at 2:45 CT.
We are officially headed to the @AZOLibertyBowl to face @MizzouFootball on New Year's Eve! #okstate #GoPokes— Cowboy Football (@CowboyFB) December 2, 2018
This will be the Cowboys’ first appearance in the Liberty Bowl. However, the Cowboys did play in the Delta Bowl in Memphis back in 1949.
This will be the 53rd meeting between the former Big 8 and Big 12 foes and the second time since Missouri bolted for the SEC. The Cowboys lost the last match-up 41-31 in the 2013 Cotton Bowl.