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Big 12 Releases Revised Conference Schedule

Big 12 Releases Revised Conference Schedule

Yesterday, we were unsure if we would even have college football in 2020.

Well, not only do we now know that the Big 12, SEC, and ACC are pushing forward – but we have a brand new Big 12 conference slate to dissect.

The key elements are this: conference play will begin September 26th, and every team must have their lone non-conference game played before that date.

Every team will get at least two byes, and the Big 12 Championship Game is tentatively set for December 12th.

The amount of fans allowed at the games will be determined by each individual school.

For a breakdown of Oklahoma’s schedule specifically, Ryan Chapman has that for you here:

Revised football schedule announced for the Sooners


Here, let’s go through some of the notable Big 12 games week to week throughout this revised schedule:


September 26th

Kansas at Baylor

Iowa State at TCU

Kansas State at Oklahoma

West Virginia at Oklahoma State

Texas at Texas Tech

October 3rd

Oklahoma at Iowa State

TCU at Texas

October 10th

Oklahoma vs Texas (Cotton Bowl)

Texas Tech at Iowa State

October 17th

Oklahoma State at Baylor

October 24th

Baylor at Texas

Iowa State at Oklahoma State

Oklahoma at TCU

Kansas at Kansas State

October 31st

TCU at Baylor

Oklahoma at Texas Tech

Texas at Oklahoma State

November 7th

Baylor at Iowa State

West Virginia at Texas

November 14th

Baylor at Texas Tech

November 21st

Oklahoma State at Oklahoma

November 28th

Iowa State at Texas

Oklahoma at West Virginia

Texas Tech at Oklahoma State

December 5th

Baylor at Oklahoma

West Virginia at Iowa State

Kansas at Texas Tech

Oklahoma State at TCU

Texas at Kansas State


The Big 12 has elected, for now, to go for this thing in 2020 – much to the delight of the fans and players of the conference.

“Ultimately, our student-athletes have indicated their desire to compete in the sports they love this season and it is up to all of us to deliver a safe, medically sound, and structured academic and athletic environment for accomplishing that outcome,” Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby said in a release.

Time will tell if the Big 12 and other conferences will be able to get this season off the ground, but what we do know for now – is that they are going to give it everything they have to make it work.

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