Oregon Ducks fans can now plan ahead through the first three weeks of the college football season.  After the kickoff time and TV details were released for Oregon’s August 31st season opener vs Auburn earlier this month, on Thursday the same details emerged for Oregon’s opening two home games.

Oregon opens the season from Jerry World, AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, in the Advocare Classic against Auburn in a nationally televised game on ABC, part of “Saturday Night Football”.  The game will kickoff at 4:30pm.

The Ducks will return home to play in front of the Autzen Stadium crowd in Week Two and Three, facing Nevada on Sept. 7th at 4:30pm on the Pac-12 Network and then hosting Montana in a night game on Sept. 14th at 7:45pm, also on the Pac-12 Network.

Oregon also plays a nationally televised Friday night game in Week 7 on October 11th when they host the Colorado Buffaloes at 7pm on Fox Sports 1.

The opening three weeks look like this:

Week 1: Sat., August 31st: Oregon vs Auburn (Arlington, TX) – 4:30pm – ABC

Week 2: Sat., Sept. 7th: Oregon vs Nevada – 4:30pm – Pac-12 Network

Week 3: Sat., Sept. 14th: Oregon vs Montana – 7:45pm – Pac-12 Network

The Ducks will face Stanford in their first road test of the year in Week Four on Sept. 21st, kickoff time still to be determined.  Oregon gets the first of its two bye weeks in Week Five (Sept. 28th) before resuming the rest of their schedule:

Week 6: Sat., Oct. 5th: vs Cal

Week 7: Fri., Oct. 11th: vs Colorado (7pm – FS1)

Week 8: Sat., Oct. 19th: @ Washington

Week 9: Sat., Oct. 26th: vs Washington State

Week 10: Sat., Nov. 2nd: @ USC

Week 11: Sat., Nov. 9th: BYE Week #2

Week 12: Sat., Nov. 16th: vs Arizona

Week 13: Sat., Nov. 23rd: @ Arizona State

Week 14: Sat., Nov. 30th: CIVIL WAR vs Oregon State Beavers

Pac-12 Championship Game – Friday December 6th – Santa Clara, Calif. – Levi’s Stadium

 

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