June 17, 2014 - by

Florida State and Oklahoma State will play each other and the first since the 1985 Gator Bowl and the fifth time ever when the Semioles and Cowboys square off at AT&T Stadium Aug. 30 at 8 p.m. on ABC. FSU holds an all-time edge of 3-1 in the series. This will be the first time the Seminoles have played a game in the state of Texas since the 1992 Cotton Bowl, a 10-2 win over Texas A&M.

“We are excited to face Oklahoma State in Cowboys Stadium,” said FSU Head CoachJimbo Fisher. “We have wanted to step up our schedule and improve our strength of schedule and this game gives us a great non-conference opponent. To be able to open up our season at Cowboys Stadium will be a great experience for our players and fans. We are happy for the opportunity to be involved and are looking forward to the game.”

To purchase tickets to the game, call the FSU Ticket Office at 1-888-FSU-NOLE. For a complete schedule of FSU events before and during the game, visit the Seminole Boosters’ page here.

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