Nebraska has added several opponents to its future schedules.
On Thursday, Nebraska announced the addition of several games to future schedules, most of which will be played in Lincoln at Memorial Stadium. The earliest addition to the schedule is 2024, when the Huskers will host UTEP. The latest announcement is highlighted by a home-and-home series against Oklahoma State in 2034 and 2035.
Here is a look at the future matchups added to Nebraska’s schedules:
- 2024: vs. UTEP
- 2025: vs. Louisiana-Monroe
- 2026: vs. Ohio
- 2028: vs. UTEP
- 2030: vs. South Dakota State
- 2034: vs. Oklahoma State
- 2035: at Oklahoma State
The 2030 game against South Dakota State will replace a game previously scheduled for the 2024 season between the two teams. THe Huskers and Jackrabbits will also meet in 2020 and 2028.
Nebraska and Oklahoma State have played 43 times in history, with the Huskers dominating the Cowboys 37-5-1 in the head-to-head series. The two teams last played in 2010, a 51-41 win for Nebraska. It was also the program’s final year in the Big 12 before moving to the B1G.
Since 2000, the two programs have met five times with the Cowboys winning three of the games.
Nebraska has never played UTEP, Louisiana-Monroe or Ohio.