On Wednesday morning, the 2017 Oregon football schedule was unveiled.
Oregon kicks off their 2017 season on September 2 at Autzen Stadium against Southern Utah.
The next week, the Ducks will have a rematch against Nebraska to complete their home-and-home series. Nebraska came out on top against the Ducks in Lincoln last season.
Oregon’s first road game of the year will come on September 16 when they face Wyoming.
The Ducks will kick off Pac-12 play on the road with a matchup against Arizona State on September 30 in Tempe. Oregon will then come home for two weeks to face California and Washington State before hitting the road again to face Stanford and UCLA.
The annual showdown between Oregon and Washington will take place on November 4 in Seattle.
Oregon will finish the year playing three of their last four games at home against Utah, Arizona and Oregon State.
The Ducks catch a break thanks to the conference’s rotating schedule and won't face USC or Colorado again until 2019. Oregon lost to both teams last season during their 4-8 campaign.
If you want season tickets for 2017, they start at $348 and renewals are being accepted for current season ticket holders through February 24.