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September 19, 2013

Oklahoma State releases 2014 baseball schedule

State briefs

STILLWATER — The Oklahoma State baseball team has released its 2014 schedule that includes 29 home games.

The schedule includes five games against Oklahoma. The Cowboys and Sooners will play non-conference games in Norman on April 1 and Stillwater on April 15 and will play the annual Bedlam Series in Oklahoma City and Tulsa from May 15-17.

The season-opener will be Feb. 14 against Incarnate Word in the UTA/Hilton Invitational hosted by Texas-Arlington. The home opener is Feb. 18 against Alcorn State.

The Big 12 opener is March 21 at Baylor and the conference home opener is the following week against TCU.

The Big 12 Baseball Championship will be May 21-25 in Oklahoma City.

Bedlam Baseball to play twice in Tulsa in 2014

TULSA — The Bedlam Baseball series between Oklahoma State and Oklahoma will have two games in Tulsa and one in Oklahoma City in 2014.

The change from the traditional format of two games in Oklahoma City and one in Tulsa was announced Wednesday by the Tulsa Drillers. The Tulsa games will be played at ONEOK Field, the home of the Drillers.

The Cowboys and Sooners will open the three-game Big 12 series on Thursday, May 15 in Oklahoma City with the second and third games scheduled the following two nights in Tulsa.

OSU and OU also have non-conference games against each other scheduled in April next year with one game each in Stillwater and Norman.

Oklahoma to host Tennessee in 2014 football game

NORMAN — The University of Oklahoma has released its 2014 nonconference schedule that includes hosting Tennessee.

The Sooners and Volunteers will play in Norman on Sept. 13. OU will return the trip by playing Tennessee in Knoxville in 2015.

Other nonconference games will be Aug. 30 at home against Louisiana Tech and Sept. 20 at Tulsa.

OU and Tennessee have played twice previously — both times in the Orange Bowl.

Tennessee defeated Oklahoma 17-0 in the 1939 Orange Bowl while OU won 26-24 in the 1968 Orange Bowl.

Home game against Oklahoma on Tulsa 2014 schedule

TULSA — A home game against the University of Oklahoma highlights the University of Tulsa's 2014 football schedule.

The schedule released Wednesday shows TU hosting the Sooners on Sept. 20.

Tulsa will also host Texas State on Sept. 27 and will play nonconference games at Colorado State on Sept. 6 and at Florida Atlantic on Sept. 13.

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