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TV Crew, Betting Lines for Oklahoma State’s Texas Bowl against Texas A&M

The Cowboys can get some payback from their last Texas Bowl trip.



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The Cowboys will cap 2023 with a familiar bowl matchup. In a rematch from 2019, Oklahoma State will face Texas A&M in the Texas Bowl. This time, OSU, ranked No. 20, will play the unranked Aggies, but the Cowboys still find themselves the underdogs.

The Aggies will be riding with their third starting QB of the season, Jaylen Henderson, and will be without a number of players that bolted to the transfer portal. After head coach Jimbo Fisher was fired with two weeks of the regular season left, co-defensive coordinator Elijah Robinson was tabbed as interim. He has since been hired as the defensive coordinator at Syracuse but is still readying the team for the matchup with OSU. Offensive coordinator Bobby Petrino is also gone, back to Arkansas. So, who knows what to expected from A&M. Despite all of the changeover, the Aggies are two-point favorites.

Here’s how to watch, how to bet (if you’re so inclined) and who’s calling the action.

Game information

• RadioCowboy Radio Network or TuneIn
• PFB ForumThread for Texas Bowl
• Game day: Wednesday, Dec. 27
• Kick time: 8 p.m. CT
• Location: NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas
• Stadium capacity: 72,220

Gambling information (via BetMGM)

• Spread: A&M -2
• Over/under: 53 points
• Oklahoma State money line: +109

Broadcast information

The ESPN crew consists of Roy Philpott, Roddy Jones and Taylor McGregor. On the Cowboy Radio Network, you’ll get your normal play-by-play from Dave Hunziker, with John Holcomb providing the analysis. Robert Allen is manning the sideline.

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