A historic series between former conference foes is being renewed at long last.
Colorado and Oklahoma State announced the two teams would meet in a home-and-home football series in 2036 and 2037 with the first game in Stillwater and the second game in Boulder.
The two teams have faced 47 times before, and were part of the same conference for 51 seasons, the Big Eight and the Big 12, before Colorado moved to the Pac-12. Colorado holds a 26-20-1 advantage over the Cowboys in the all-time series, but the Cowboys have won the last three meetings.
The most recent meeting being in the 2016 Alamo Bowl where OSU won 38-8.
With the recent announcement the Cowboys have now scheduled a Power 5 opponent every season from 2022-2029 and from 2032-2037. Those meetings are headlined with two meetings against Alabama, four meetings with Arkansas and two meetings with Nebraska.