Oklahoma and Oklahoma State will have the chance to land marquee wins in the 75th All-College Basketball Classic. On Dec. 18 at the Ford Center, OSU will take on Alabama, which will be followed by OU vs. Cincinnati. "This field of teams for the 75th All-College Basketball Classic is indicative of the many great teams and players who have played in this event since 1936,” Tim Brassfield, the executive director of the Oklahoma City All Sports Association, said in a statement. "We are proud and excited to host not only the two local universities but also programs like Cincinnati and Alabama, who have tremendous basketball heritage that will greatly enhance this year’s event.” OSU went 22-11 last season, including a 77-62 win over LaSalle in the All-College, before falling to Georgia Tech in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The Cowboys have won seven of their last nine games at the All-College, but have a 2-3 record all-time against Alabama. The last time the two teams met was in the second round of the 1995 NCAA Tournament. Bryant Reeves outdueled Alabama’s Antonio McDyess, propelling the Pokes to a 66-52 win and a run to the Final Four. Alabama finished last season 17-15. "We are excited about playing Alabama in the 75th Anniversary of the All-College Classic,” OSU coach Travis Ford said in a release. "The All-College is a fantastic event which allows our fans in the Oklahoma City area an opportunity to watch us play a great opponent, and we’re pleased to be a part of it.” OU, which has won 15 of its last 17 games at the All-College, is coming off a 13-18 season. UTEP, which eventually earned a berth to the NCAA Tournament, defeated the Sooners 89-74 in last year’s All-College. OU has a 2-2 all-time record against Cincinnati, which posted a 19-16 record last season, advancing to the second round of the National Invitation Tournament. "As always, we’re honored to be a part of the All-College Classic,” OU coach Jeff Capel said in a statement. "This being the 75th year of the event makes it even more special, and we’re proud and excited to once again play in Oklahoma City. Playing a team like Cincinnati provides a very, very tough challenge. Coming from the Big East, they’re a team that plays really hard, is very well-coached and will return a lot of players from last year.” Tickets for the All-College will go on sale in the fall.