Oklahoma at Baylor highlights Big 12 football's new weeknight schedule

Brett Deering

The Big 12 released their 2013 weeknight schedule on Thursday, announcing that five games will be played on Thursday or Friday night this season.

The Big 12 unveiled their weeknight schedule for the 2013 season on Thursday, including what should be a very exciting game between Oklahoma and Baylor in Waco. The Big 12 has to schedule five weeknight games a season due to their television contracts, and Texas and Texas Tech both make the most weeknight appearances at two each. Kansas State, TCU, Iowa State, Baylor and Oklahoma only make one appearance in 2013, and Kansas, West Virginia and Oklahoma State have none.

Here is the Big 12's 2013 weeknight football schedule, courtesy of big12sports.com. The specific game times have yet to be announced.

Friday, Aug. 30: North Dakota State vs. Kansas State, Fox Sports 1

Thursday, Sep. 12: TCU vs. Texas Tech, Fox Sports or ESPN

Thursday, Oct. 3: Texas vs. Iowa State, Fox Sports or ESPN

Thursday, Nov. 7: Oklahoma vs. Baylor, Fox Sports or ESPN

Thursday, Nov. 28: Texas Tech vs. Texas, Fox Sports or ESPN

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