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OSU football: Cowboys headed to Memphis for Liberty Bowl matchup with Missouri

OSU football: Cowboys headed to Memphis for Liberty Bowl matchup with Missouri

Oklahoma State quarterback Clint Chelf (10) is tackled by Missouri safety Brock Bondurant (10) with help from linebacker Andrew Wilson (48), and defensive lineman Lucas Vincent (96) during the second half of the Cotton Bowl NCAA college football game on Friday, Jan. 3, 2014, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Brandon Wade)

For the third time in five seasons, Oklahoma State will face an old foe in a bowl game.

The Cowboys will take on Missouri in the 60th AutoZone Liberty Bowl in Memphis at 2:45 on Dec. 31. The No. 23 Tigers finished with an 8-4 record this season while going 4-4 in the SEC East.

Missouri captured a 41-31 victory against OSU in the 2014 Cotton Bowl in Arlington, Texas. Missouri leads the all-time series, 29-23.

The last time OSU played a bowl game in Memphis, Tennessee, was in 1949, a 20-0 loss to William & Mary. OSU went 6-6 this season, finishing ninth in the Big 12 Conference, though it went 3-1 against ranked opponents.

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