The former Southwest Conference foes will meet two more times.
Arkansas and Oklahoma State added two more games to their future football series in 2032 and 2033, both schools announced Tuesday.
The two programs are scheduled to have a home-and-home series in 2024 and 2027, with the former happening Sept. 7, 2024, at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater while OSU travels to Donald W. Reynolds Razorbacks Stadium on Sept. 11, 2027, in Fayetteville. The Cowboys will host UA on Sept. 18, 2032, and head to Fayetteville on Sept. 17, 2033.
UA and OSU have met 46 times, but haven’t played since the Razorbacks’ 33-20 victory in 1980 in Little Rock. The Razorbacks hold a 30-15-1 overall series record, with 32 of the 46 games being home games for UA. OSU is 4-4-1 at home and 3-2-1 in neutral site games in the series.
Both schools were Southwest Conference members from 1915-24 before the Cowboys split for the Missouri Valley Conference, but the series continued every season until 1980.
The 2032 and 2033 games are the first non-conference games for both programs.
OSU’s future non-conference opponents
2020: Oregon State, Tulsa, Western Illinois
2021: Tulsa, at Boise State
2022: Central Michigan, Arizona State
2023: at Arizona State, South Alabama
2024: Arkansas, at Tulsa
2025: at Oregon, Tulsa
2026: at Tulsa, Oregon
2027: at Arkansas, Tulsa
2028-31: at Tulsa, Tulsa, at Tulsa, Tulsa
2033: at Arkansas