Bedlam Football Moved To Nov. 24

The Oklahoma State-Oklahoma football game, originally scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 27, has been moved to Saturday, Nov. 24, the Big 12 Conference announced Monday. The Bedlam game will be played for the third consecutive year, and for the seventh time in the last nine years, on the Saturday after Thanksgiving.

The date change was agreed upon by both schools, the Big 12 Conference office and the league's television partners.

The Bedlam game will be one of four Big 12 Conference contests guaranteed for broadcast that weekend by either ABC of Fox Sports Network, according to the Big 12 Conference. Other Big 12 games scheduled for that weekend include Missouri at Kansas, Texas at Texas A&M, and Nebraska at Colorado.

"There is obviously a lot of interest in this game," said OSU head coach Mike Gundy. "We're happy to work with our Big 12 television partners in making the move."

Oklahoma State enters the 2007 season after going 7-6 a year ago, including a win over Alabama in the Independence Bow.

Game time for the Nov. 24 contest in Norman will likely be determined in early November, according to the Big 12 Conference.

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