Big 12 switches dates of games

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IRVING, Texas (AP) - The Big 12 has made three changes to its 2014 football schedule.

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Two Oklahoma game dates have been switched. The Sooners' game at Tulsa has been moved up two weeks to Sept. 6, the second Saturday of the season. That game had been set for Sept. 20, when Oklahoma will now play at West Virginia in a game that was originally scheduled a week later.

SEC champion Auburn's game at Kansas State has been moved to Sept. 18, a Thursday night, for a national ESPN broadcast. That game had been set for two days after that.

More changes are possible. Television selections for the first three weeks of the season and special dates aren't due to the conference until June 1.

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