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TCU To Face Ole Miss in 2014 SEC/Big 12 Challenge

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Ten games will pit the SEC and Big 12 against each other, including TCU vs. Ole Miss. The Big 12 won the challenge last season 7 games to 3.

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TCU will face off against Ole Miss this fall, as one of ten games for the 2014 SEC/Big 12 Basketball challenge. TCU defeated Mississippi State 71-61 in last year's challenge, which the Big 12 won overall going 7-3 in those games.

Here's the full press release from the Big 12, including a schedule:

The Big 12 and Southeastern Conferences have announced the matchups for the 2014 SEC/Big 12 Challenge.

“The Big 12 was thrilled with the success of the Challenge last season,” said Commissioner Bob Bowlsby. “We are equally excited about this year’s games that will continue to add quality opponents to our strong non-conference schedules as we look to defend our performance as the nation’s No. 1 conference.”

All games in the Challenge are scheduled over a four-day span, from December 3-6. ESPN will provide exclusive coverage of all 10 games on it networks. Additional components of the event, including start times and exact network information, will be announced at a later date.

The Challenge includes eight teams ranked in the early ESPN.com “Fab 50” rankings overall, with five Big 12 teams rated in the top 25 - No. 1 Kentucky, No. 4 Kansas, No. 6 Texas, No. 7 Florida, No. 18 Iowa State, No. 19 Oklahoma, No. 25 K-State and No. 44 LSU. Two games will pit ranked teams against each other - Florida at Kansas and Texas at Kentucky.

Last season, the Big 12 won the Challenge by capturing wins in seven of the 10 meetings. The Big 12 has posted a 35-23 (.603) record in the last two challenge series it has played (vs. Pac-10, SEC) dating back to 2007.

2014 SEC / BIG 12 CHALLENGE
Wednesday, December 3
Auburn at Texas Tech

Thursday, December 4
Arkansas at Iowa State
Baylor at Vanderbilt
LSU at West Virginia
TCU at Mississippi

Friday, December 5
Florida at Kansas
Missouri at Oklahoma
Texas at Kentucky

Saturday, December 6
Kansas State at Tennessee
Oklahoma State at South Carolina