Oklahoma State football will once again play an old rival on the gridiron, as Arkansas has agreed to a series in the near future.  In an announcement made yesterday, the two schools added a home and home series for the 2032 & 2033 seasons, on top of agreeing to meet in 2024 and 2027.  The agreement marks a renewal of an old rivalry that has played out more than 45 times since it began in 1912.

 

The announcement of the non-conference contests also confirms the sites for the future games, with the closest in 2024 being played in Stillwater.  The two contests to be played in Fayetteville will come in 2027 & 2033, where Arkansas has won 21 of the 25 games played against OSU across state lines.  The meeting in 2024 will be the first time the Cowboys and Razorbacks will have met on a football field since 1980.  All-time, Arkansas leads the series 30-15-1, with the Razorbacks also winning the last five times the two schools have played.

 

Oklahoma State will kick off their 2019 campaign on the road in Corvallis, Oregon when they play Oregon State on August 30th, while Arkansas will host Portland State on the 31st.