Oklahoma State is no longer set to play in the 2020 Charleston Classic, according to Matt Nordlander of CBS Sports.
The Charleston Classic was reportedly moved from South Carolina to Orlando because of health concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, along with several other basketball tournaments to be played at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Disney World.
Nearly three dozen teams are still planning on going to Orlando for ESPN’s batch of tourneys but a number of events are still in flux and teams are either still getting swapped or will be accommodated if their event dissolves (like what's already happened with the preseason NIT).— Matt Norlander (@MattNorlander) October 2, 2020
On Sept. 16, the NCAA announced the season will start Wednesday, Nov. 25. The Cowboys previously released a non-conference schedule with three games before Nov. 25 and six after it.
On Monday, Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports reported the Cowboys will open Big 12 conference play in December against TCU in Stillwater and then play Texas in Austin. The dates of those games were not reported.