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OU Football - Finally, the official-official schedule is released

We pointed out the biggest change in the post directly below, that of the Big 12 deciding to move the Iowa State game to Thanksgiving weekend.  So, much to the interest of our friends at Tomahawk Nation we will still have a bye week in between our opener against Tulsa and the rematch/premiere non-con matchup of 2011.  For the first time (ever?) I can remember, OU will have a conference game before completing their non-con as they will welcome Mizzou to Norman (hopefully to exact some revenge) on Sept. 24th.  The second bye week will now be between the A&M and Baylor game rather than over Thanksgiving weekend. 

So things didn't change drastically necessarily, but there were a couple tweeks.  As always, feel free to be heard in the comments.  Only 121 days left till kickoff!

September 3 vs. Tulsa in Norman
In-state foes collide for the sixth time in the last 11 seasons.
September 17 at Florida State in Tallahassee
Sooners have won five straight over Seminoles including 47-17 triumph last season.
September 24 vs. Missouri in Norman
Marks only second time in last five meetings that the two teams have played in Norman.
October 1 vs. Ball State in Norman
Oklahoma plays just its second game against a Mid-American Conference foe.
October 8 vs. Texas in Dallas
Sooners have prevailed in seven of last 11 meetings at the Cotton Bowl.
October 15 at Kansas in Lawrence
Last time KU visited Norman, Bradford threw OU-best 468 yards (mark since tied by Landry Jones).
October 22 vs. Texas Tech in Norman
Despite their proximity, the two teams meet for just the 19th time.
October 29 at Kansas State in Manhattan
When Oklahoma visited Manhattan in 2008, teams combined for 93 points (OU won, 58-35).
November 5 vs. Texas A&M in Norman
OU saw seven game winning streak in the series snapped last season at College Station.
November 19 at Baylor in Waco
Sooners moved to 20-0 against the Bears last year with a convincing win at Waco.
November 26 vs. Iowa State in Norman
Oklahoma took a top-five ranking into four of its last five games against the Cyclones.
December 3 at Oklahoma State in Stillwater
Oklahoma after ninth straight win in the Bedlam series.