Nebraska and Oklahoma haven’t played each other in over a decade, but that rivalry still holds quite a bit of meaning to fans and members of both programs.

The teams will be meeting in Norman later this year to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the “Game of the Century” — a contest No. 1 Nebraska won against No. 2 Oklahoma back in 1971.

Huskers coach Scott Frost shared some insight into the rivalry earlier this week at Big Ten Media Days.

“Well, I’m sitting here on the Big Ten stage and there’s dozens of good rivalries in this league that have gone back a hundred years. In my lifetime, having watched and grown up around Nebraska football and being around it, there was nothing better than Nebraska-Oklahoma,” Frost said Thursday, via 247Sports. “And for a long time, the winner of that game had a great chance to win the conference, have a shot at the national championship. That’s the rivalry that I grew up with. I know our players are really excited to go down there and have a chance.”

Frost has faced Oklahoma before. His Huskers crushed the Sooners in both 1996 (73-21) and in 1997 (69-7). Those are the most lopsided Nebraska victories in the history of this series.

A couple years later, OU hired Bob Stoops and took back control of the rivalry by winning six of the next eight contests.

This year’s game will kick off at 11 a.m. CT on FOX on Sept. 18.