Editorial

Oklahoma State And Nebraska Schedule Home-And-Home Football Series

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David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief
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Oklahoma State and Nebraska will play twice in football in the coming years.

According to Bryan Fischer, the Cowboys and Cornhuskers have scheduled a home-and-home series for 2034 and 2035. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

The first game will be played in Lincoln. The second one will go down in Stillwater.

I know these games are more than a decade away, but this is the kind of stuff football fans get excited about.

Nebraska is one of the most historic programs in the sport. Fans of the Cornhuskers are the nicest in the sport, and they’re passionate people.

They get up and make some noise for the Cornhuskers.

 

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Oklahoma State, while not as historically successful, is still another great program with a rich and deep history.

Now, the two programs will take the field against each other. If that’s not something you’re excited about, then you’re not a real fan.

 

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As I always say, power teams playing each other in the non-conference is always a good thing. Props to Nebraska and Oklahoma State for giving their fans a show.