Missouri men's basketball will play Oklahoma in second annual SEC/Big 12 Challenge

Wednesday, May 7, 2014 | 3:37 p.m. CDT; updated 11:16 a.m. CDT, Wednesday, October 15, 2014

The second annual Southeastern Conference/Big 12 Challenge matchups have been set, the SEC announced Wednesday. The challenge will feature 10 games between all 10 members of the Big 12 and 10 of the 14 teams of the SEC.

ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU will televise the 10 games, which will also be available via WatchESPN.

The schedule is as follows, with start times and network designations being announced at a later date:

Wednesday, Dec. 3

  • Auburn at Texas Tech

Thursday, Dec. 4

  • Arkansas at Iowa State
  • LSU at West Virginia
  • Baylor at Vanderbilt
  • Texas Christian at Ole Miss

Friday, Dec. 5

  • Florida at Kansas
  • Texas at Kentucky
  • Missouri at Oklahoma — The Tigers' game against the Sooners will be the first matchup between the teams as non-conference opponents since 1916.

Saturday, Dec. 6

  • Oklahoma State at South Carolina
  • Kansas State at Tennessee

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