A&M-OSU game moved to Thu., Sept. 30

February, 12, 2010
2/12/10
11:33
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Next season's football game between Texas A&M and Oklahoma State has been moved up to Thursday, Sept. 30, and will be broadcast on ESPN.

Kickoff will be 6:30 p.m. at Stillwater, Okla. The game originally had been scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 2.

"We look forward to the matchup with Oklahoma State and we appreciate ESPN and the Big 12 Conference moving the game to Thursday night for prime time,” Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman said in a statement. “The Big 12 South is one of the strongest divisions in all of college football and it is appropriate to highlight these matchups on a national scale.”

It will be the Aggies' second Thursday ESPN game of the 2010 season. A&M also will play at Texas at 7 p.m. on Thanksgiving night (Nov. 25).

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