2013 Big 12 Football Schedules announced

By Kevin Kelley -

Big 12 Football SchedulesThe Big 12 officially announced their 2013 football schedules this afternoon. Conference play begins on September 7 when West Virginia travels to Oklahoma.

Featured 2013 non-conference match-ups for the Big 12 include Iowa at Iowa State, Louisiana Tech at Kansas, Oklahoma at Notre Dame, Mississippi State vs. Oklahoma State (at Houston, TX), Texas at BYU, Texas Tech at SMU, LSU vs. TCU (at Arlington, TX), and West Virginia at Maryland.

Dates are subject to change as adjustments are expected to accommodate television partners’ requests. Television selections for the first three weeks of the season and special dates are due to the Conference by July 1.

Note: Iowa State’s Oct. 5 home game vs. Texas could be moved to Thursday, Oct. 3, and their Nov. 30 trip to West Virginia could be moved to Friday, Nov. 29.

Listed below are the 2013 Big 12 football schedules:

2013 Baylor Football Schedule
Aug. 31 – Wofford
Sep. 7 – Buffalo
Sep. 14 – Open Date
Sep. 21 – ULM
Sep. 28 – Open Date
Oct. 5 – West Virginia
Oct. 12 – at Kansas State
Oct. 19 – Iowa State
Oct. 26 – at Kansas
Nov. 2 – Open Date
Nov. 7 – Oklahoma
Nov. 16 – vs. Texas Tech
Nov. 23 – at Oklahoma State
Nov. 30 – at TCU
Dec. 7 – Texas
2013 Oklahoma State Football Schedule
Aug. 31 – vs. Miss. State
Sep. 7 – at UTSA
Sep. 14 – Lamar
Sep. 21 – Open Date
Sep. 28 – at West Virginia
Oct. 5 – Kansas State
Oct. 12 – Open Date
Oct. 19 – TCU
Oct. 26 – at Iowa State
Nov. 2 – at Texas Tech
Nov. 9 – Kansas
Nov. 16 – at Texas
Nov. 23 – Baylor
Nov. 30 – Open Date
Dec. 7 – Oklahoma
2013 Iowa State Football Schedule
Aug. 31 – Northern Iowa
Sep. 7 – Open Date
Sep. 14 – Iowa
Sep. 21 – at Tulsa
Sep. 28 – Open Date
Oct. 3 – vs. Texas
Oct. 12 – at Texas Tech
Oct. 19 – at Baylor
Oct. 26 – Oklahoma State
Nov. 2 – at Kansas State
Nov. 9 – TCU
Nov. 16 – at Oklahoma
Nov. 23 – Kansas
Nov. 30 – at West Virginia
Dec. 7 – Open Date
2013 TCU Football Schedule
Aug. 31 – vs. LSU
Sep. 7 – SE Louisiana
Sep. 12 – at Texas Tech
Sep. 21 – Open Date
Sep. 28 – SMU
Oct. 5 – at Oklahoma
Oct. 12 – Kansas
Oct. 19 – at Oklahoma State
Oct. 26 – Texas
Nov. 2 – West Virginia
Nov. 9 – at Iowa State
Nov. 16 – at Kansas State
Nov. 23 – Open Date
Nov. 30 – Baylor
Dec. 7 – Open Date
2013 Kansas Football Schedule
Aug. 31 – Open Date
Sep. 7 – South Dakota
Sep. 14 – at Rice
Sep. 21 – Louisiana Tech
Sep. 28 – Open Date
Oct. 5 – Texas Tech
Oct. 12 – at TCU
Oct. 19 – Oklahoma
Oct. 26 – Baylor
Nov. 2 – at Texas
Nov. 9 – at Oklahoma State
Nov. 16 – West Virginia
Nov. 23 – at Iowa State
Nov. 30 – Kansas State
Dec. 7 – Open Date
2013 Texas Football Schedule
Aug. 31 – New Mexico State
Sep. 7 – at BYU
Sep. 14 – Ole Miss
Sep. 21 – Kansas State
Sep. 28 – Open Date
Oct. 3 – at Iowa State
Oct. 12 – vs. Oklahoma
Oct. 19 – Open Date
Oct. 26 – at TCU
Nov. 2 – Kansas
Nov. 9 – at West Virginia
Nov. 16 – Oklahoma State
Nov. 23 – Open Date
Nov. 28 – Texas Tech
Dec. 7 – at Baylor
2013 Kansas State Football Schedule
Aug. 31 – North Dakota State
Sep. 7 – UL Lafayette
Sep. 14 – UMass
Sep. 21 – at Texas
Sep. 28 – Open Date
Oct. 5 – at Oklahoma State
Oct. 12 – Baylor
Oct. 19 – Open Date
Oct. 26 – West Virginia
Nov. 2 – Iowa State
Nov. 9 – at Texas Tech
Nov. 16 – TCU
Nov. 23 – Oklahoma
Nov. 30 – at Kansas
Dec. 7 – Open Date
2013 Texas Tech Football Schedule
Aug. 30 – at SMU
Sep. 7 – Stephen F. Austin
Sep. 12 – TCU
Sep. 21 – Texas State
Sep. 28 – Open Date
Oct. 5 – at Kansas
Oct. 12 – Iowa State
Oct. 19 – at West Virginia
Oct. 26 – at Oklahoma
Nov. 2 – Oklahoma State
Nov. 9 – Kansas State
Nov. 16 – vs. Baylor
Nov. 23 – Open Date
Nov. 28 – at Texas
Dec. 7 – Open Date
2013 Oklahoma Football Schedule
Aug. 31 – ULM
Sep. 7 – West Virginia
Sep. 14 – Tulsa
Sep. 21 – Open Date
Sep. 28 – at Notre Dame
Oct. 5 – TCU
Oct. 12 – vs. Texas
Oct. 19 – at Kansas
Oct. 26 – Texas Tech
Nov. 2 – Open Date
Nov. 7 – at Baylor
Nov. 16 – Iowa State
Nov. 23 – at Kansas State
Nov. 30 – Open Date
Dec. 7 – at Oklahoma State
2013 West Virginia Football Schedule
Aug. 31 – William & Mary
Sep. 7 – at Oklahoma
Sep. 14 – Georgia State
Sep. 21 – vs. Maryland
Sep. 28 – Oklahoma State
Oct. 5 – at Baylor
Oct. 12 – Open Date
Oct. 19 – Texas Tech
Oct. 26 – at Kansas State
Nov. 2 – at TCU
Nov. 9 – Texas
Nov. 16 – at Kansas
Nov. 23 – Open Date
Nov. 30 – Iowa State
Dec. 7 – Open Date
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10 Comments to 2013 Big 12 Football Schedules announced

  1. HatersBgone said....

    Glad to see Texas Tech really testing their limits with that ooc schedule.

    November 20, 2012 at 4:14 pm
    • PNB said....

      K State and Baylor are just as bad

      November 20, 2012 at 5:52 pm
    • Kro said....

      At least TTU plays at SMU this year. In years past, Tech wouldn’t even play teams like that.

      November 21, 2012 at 10:43 am
    • armydadtexas1 said....

      Yep, Texas State, SMU and Stephen F. Austin are real threats to some High School football teams. I believe it was the cut and run Texas Aggies who would schedule the likes of the Texas States and Stephen F. Austins prior to cutting and running from the Big 12 to the SEC. Now it is the Texas Tech Red Raiders aka. Prairie Aggies taking on that role. prairie aggie see, prairie aggie does. Typical TT nation. No class, numb nuts

      July 19, 2013 at 4:50 pm
  2. Darktick said....

    Can’t help but wonder if this won’t change before next season, I see the big 12 adding at lest two more teams before then.

    November 20, 2012 at 4:51 pm
  3. Kyle said....

    I am suprised there are only 2 games for the first Saturday in December.

    November 20, 2012 at 10:48 pm
  4. Tito said....

    3 off dates. It’ll be the next decade before we have a new champion

    November 22, 2012 at 10:23 pm
  5. Bo Rai Cho said....

    OU and UT are the only 2 teams with strategically spaced out bye weeks. What a coincidence

    November 24, 2012 at 8:54 am
  6. JIm Vaughan said....

    The Frogs show BIG BALLS starting off with LSU on NATIONAL TV. I cannot wait forTECH game and to get even after last years rip off ref calls. Also coming to Lubbock to kick some Raider fans #@%!

    May 1, 2013 at 1:41 pm
  7. armydadtexas1 said....

    For the University of Texas Longhorns>there won’t be any excuses to hide behind this year. The talent is there. Any issues(failures) this year, land clearly on the laps of the coaching staff from top to bottom. This is Brown’s final chance to show he has credibility as a great coach or he is just another in a list of streak coaches at the University of Texas.
    As a final note: I hope the cut and run Texas Aggies enjoyed their Cinderella season in the SEC last season. Now; reality will set in along with it, the night mare, that will be known as A&M’s latest aggie Choke, whoops, I meant JOKE! Let the A$$$$ whippings begin: Ha, ha, ha,

    July 19, 2013 at 4:43 pm

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