(KSDK) – The Mizzou Tigers take the field one last time of the 2013-2014 football season Friday.

The Tigers will face the Oklahoma State Cowboys in the AT&T Cotton Bowl.

(Check out the full bowl game schedule on the website.)

We're helping fans get ready with a rundown of with everything you could possibly want to know about the AT&T Cotton Bowl.

The Basics

The AT&T Cotton Bowl will be played Friday, Jan. 3 in Arlington, Texas at the AT&T Stadium. The game will be broadcast on Fox at 6:30 p.m.

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Can I still buy tickets?

Tickets and packages available through the schools sold out weeks ago, but there's still hope. According to Ticketmaster, a number of tickets as well as parking passes remain for $140 and $45, respectively. If you're looking for a better deal, StubHub, as of 1 p.m. Tuesday, has more than 2,200 tickets on sale ranging for as low as $44 and as much as $11,000.

Getting on the road

If you're not flying to Texas for the game, road conditions could be a little tough with snow headed to the St. Louis area Wednesday night. For the rest of the week, weather conditions look to be mild and cold.

(Get the latest weather updates on our Weather page.)

Bowl Game weather conditions

In Texas, on the other hand, weather conditions look great. According to the National Weather Service, on game day, the temperature will be in the 50s.

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This will be the 78th classic for the bowl game, which features a top team from the SEC and Big 12. The Mizzou Tigers competed in the bowl game in 2008 and beat the Arkansas Razorbacks, 38-7.

Who will win?

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This we don't know. According to USA Today, Mizzou and Oklahoma State will make this a close match-up and one of the top "must-see games."

For more information about the game or the bowl itself, check out the AT&T Cotton Bowl website.