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Ok. St. reportedly agrees to two-for-one series with Central Michigan

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For the first time in the history of the two schools, Oklahoma State and Central Michigan will meet on a football field.

Temper what’s undoubtedly palpable excitement, however, as you’ll have to wait a few years for the series to come to fruition.

Citing sources close to Central Michigan, the Morning Sun is reporting that the Chippewas and Cowboys have reached an agreement on a future three-game series between the two schools. ┬áThe first game would reportedly be played at CMU, with the next two coming in undetermined years at OSU’s Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater.

The 2015 game could be the season opener for both teams, the paper writes.

Neither school has confirmed that an agreement on the reported two-for-one series has been reached.

As noted by Tulsa World, OSU already has their allotment of three non-conference games for 2015 — the Big 12 is moving to nine conference games per season — with Air Force, Texas-San Antonio and Central Arkansas. ┬áThe latter two are home games, making one of them the likely headed for the scheduling chopping block if the report of adding CMU to the ’15 slate is correct.

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3 Responses to “Ok. St. reportedly agrees to two-for-one series with Central Michigan”
  1. edgy says: Jun 17, 2011 11:59 AM

    OSU also has a problem with 2012 because they had 4 OOC games scheduled before so one of them has to go. There are holes for them that could accommodate changes.

  2. lucky5934 says: Jun 17, 2011 2:33 PM

    Wow, that should definitely help their BCS Rankings.

  3. poison66 says: Jun 18, 2011 11:37 AM

    If Ok State is going to play that crappy team they should at least got a 3 for 1 deal instead of 2 for 1. where is CMU’s campus btw????

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