Jan 3, 2014
2014 Cotton Bowl - Missouri Tigers vs. Oklahoma State Cowboys
AT&T Stadium - Arlington, TX
Up to 90,000 fans have been known to cram into this massive college football celebration in Texas, and now Vivid Seats has Cotton Bowl tickets for this proud January tradition. In its 75+ year history, the Cotton Bowl Classic has featured nearly every big-time NCAA program, and now the game can call the sprawling AT&T Stadium its home. With this state of the art facility as the setting, Cotton Bowl tickets will again be met with fervent demand. We offer an array of seats throughout stadium so that you can find the spot you truly desire. While a game of this magnitude is best enjoyed up-close or in a skybox, cheap Cotton Bowl tickets can also be located for those on a budget.
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Former conference rivals will go head-to-head in the 2014 Cotton Bowl booked for Jan. 3 at Arlington’s massive AT&T Stadium (formerly Cowboys Stadium). Missouri and Oklahoma State were Big 12 foes from 1997-2011 before the Tigers departed for the SEC, and overall, the programs have squared off 52 times in total, but never before at a neutral site. Each team has played in the Cotton Bowl in the last six years, with Mizzou prevailing in the 2008 edition over Arkansas, while the Cowboys fell to Ole Miss in 2010, but have won in their three bowl game appearances since. The Tigers went through some initial growing pains during their first year in the SEC, and subsequently missed out on the postseason in 2012, but the turnaround in 2013 has proven quite impressive, and a Cotton Bowl win would only help to further solidify the squad’s place as one of the top programs in the country.
Oklahoma State has much to prove as well, and will certainly be looking to end the season with a win. A Dec. 7 loss to bitter in-state rival, Oklahoma, in the final game of the regular season caused the Cowboys to miss out on the Big 12 title, and potentially a BCS berth as well. Regardless, Oklahoma State will be equipped with an array of defensive weapons, as the veteran squad starts seven seniors, and topped the Big 12 in several key categories including scoring defense and turnovers forced.