Fans hoping to watch the 2014 AT&T Cotton Bowl online may be out of luck, but there are still plenty of chances to follow all the action between Oklahoma State and Missouri on the internet.
The AT&T Cotton Bowl takes place Friday at 7:30 pm at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. It features the No. 13 Oklahoma State Cowboys, who finished 10-2 and 7-2 in the Big 12. The Missouri Tigers come in ranked No. 8 with an 11-2 record and a 7-1 mark in the SEC.
The game is being broadcast on Fox and not being streamed online, but fans can tune in to ESPN Radio to listen live.
Fans who follow the AT&T Cotton Bowl live online will get a chance to listen to a handful of NFL draft prospects, including Oklahoma State cornerback Justin Gilbert and defensive tackle Calvin Barnett.
Though both Oklahoma State and Missouri once harbored dreams of winning their conference championships and getting bids to BCS bowls, both lost in the big game. Missouri was ranked No. 5 when they lost to Auburn 59-42 in the SEC championship game, and Oklahoma State reached No. 6 before losing to No. 18 Oklahoma on the final weekend and ended up behind Baylor.
“It was an upsetting loss but we can’t dwell on it. It’s the past,” Oklahoma State senior running back Kye Staley said. “We didn’t even watch film, we just go on to the next team. We’re very excited to play Missouri, an SEC team, in Dallas. We have a lot of Texas kids that probably dreamed of playing there, so it’s going to be a fun, exciting time. Just move forward, you can’t look behind you.”
The 2014 AT&T Cotton Bowl could be one of the most exciting bowl games. Both teams come in with high-scoring offenses, with the Cowboys ranked No. 14 in the nation with 39.8 points per game and the Tigers ranked No. 15 with 39.0.
Oklahoma State quarterback Clint Chelf said his team is excited at the chance to take on a tough SEC squad.
“Any time you can play an SEC team, you want to do it. They’re obviously regarded as the top conference,” Chelf said. “Getting a shot at a team that was in the conference championship is a good challenge for us.”
Fans who want to follow the AT&T Cotton Bowl online can click here to listen live.