STILLWATER, OK -- Oklahoma State athletic director Mike Holder is talking with Dallas officials about possibly moving the annual game with Texas Tech to the Cotton Bowl.
Holder told The Oklahoman that it's easy to see the positives.
He says O-S-U has a lot of alumni in Dallas, plus the school
recruits a lot of players in Texas.
But Holder says O-S-U would have to give up one home game every
other year -- and that isn't positive.
Tech athletic director Gerald Myers did not immediately return a
call today for comment.
The idea is that an O-S-U/Texas Tech game would, like the
Oklahoma-Texas game, be played annually at the Cotton Bowl during
the State Fair of Texas.
Dallas Mayor Laura Miller declined to say where negotiations
stand with Texas Tech and O-S-U, but said told the Dallas Morning
that that she's discussed the possibility.