Jan 3, 2014
2014 Cotton Bowl - Missouri Tigers vs. Oklahoma State Cowboys
AT&T Stadium - Arlington, TX
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Sprawling Cowboys Stadium will once again play host to the annual matchup spotlighting Big 12 and SEC teams. Keeping with tradition, the 2013 Cotton Bowl on Jan. 4 will feature a showdown between Big 12 co-champion, Oklahoma, and former league rival, Texas A&M, which made its SEC debut this year after 16 seasons in the Big 12. Browse the listings above for your ideal 2013 Cotton Bowl tickets and be there in person to showcase your school pride in one of the most exciting bowl games the postseason has to offer.
The Sooners won a share of the Big 12 crown with Kansas State, but missed out on the conference’s automatic BCS bid because of a home loss to the Wildcats. This will be Oklahoma’s first appearance in the Cotton Bowl since 2002, when the Sooners claimed victory over Arkansas, while Texas A&M last competed in the bowl in 2011, but the Aggies fell to LSU. In addition to the long-standing rivalry between the two programs, head coaches Bob Stoops (Oklahoma) and Kevin Sumlin (Texas A&M) also have a special connection. Sumlin served five seasons on Stoop’s coaching staff prior to leaving for the head position at Texas A&M.