Todd Graham and Ray Anderson have not been shy about scheduling future football games against some of the top programs in the nation. In the past few years, the Sun Devils have added future games against LSU, Michigan State, BYU and Texas Tech.
Tuesday morning, the Sun Devils added another Power 5 school to their future slate as the school announced they will face the Oklahoma State Cowboys in 2022 and 2023. The two teams are scheduled to meet September 10, 2022, in Stillwater and September 9, 2023, in Tempe.
And #AnotherOne. Devils add one more big-time non-conference home/home to the schedule in Oklahoma St. in 2022-23!https://t.co/BdrNc9xcDW— Sun Devil Football (@FootballASU) June 21, 2016
We are proud to announce this series with Oklahoma State," said Vice President of Athletics Ray Anderson in a release. "We have been long committed to playing future football games against some of the nation's finest non-conference opponents every year. We believe our fan base will enjoy this series."
The Sun Devils and Cowboys have met three times with the last meeting coming in 1993. ASU has won the last two matchups.
"I am excited about the series with Oklahoma State University," says Sun Devil Head Football Coach Todd Graham. "Scheduling is very important to the overall success of a program and this is the type of matchup that we are seeking to fulfill our future dates. This series will continue to help build our football program."
Arizona State has also added future games against San Diego State (Sept. 2027 in Tempe), Kent State (Aug. 2019) and Southern Utah (Sept. 2023).
In other scheduling news, FBSchedules.com is reporting ASU's series with LSU has been pushed back from 2022/2023 to 2026/2029.
LSU-Arizona State home-and-home series has moved again. Was 2022-23, now Sept. 12, 2026 in Tempe and Sept. 8, 2029 in Baton Rouge.— FBSchedules.com (@FBSchedules) June 21, 2016
Here is how ASU's future non-conference opponents shape up through 2025. (Note: The photo does not include the LSU change or the Oklahoma State series.)