Oregon Ducks 2019 Football Schedule Released

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Will Justin Herbert be the quarterback of the Oregon Ducks next season?

That question continues to loom as the 2019 regular season scheduled was released on Tuesday morning, and it features plenty of tough tests for the Ducks.

Oregon will open the season on Sat., August 31st from Jerry World in Arlington, Texas against the Auburn Tigers.  The two teams will play at AT&T Stadium in Oregon’s first game against an SEC opponent since 2013.

That will be followed by a pair of home non-conference games against Nevada (Sept. 7th) and Montana (Sept. 14th).

The Ducks open Pac-12 play in Sept. 21st at Stanford, then will enjoy their first of two bye weeks on Sept. 28th.

Oregon returns from bye with consecutive home games against Cal (Oct. 5th) and then a Friday night game vs Colorado (Oct. 11th).  That game will be Oregon’s first Friday non-Civil War home game since 2010.  Then the Ducks get the Washington schools in back to back weeks starting with a road test at Washington on Oct. 19th followed by a home game vs Washington State on Oct. 26th.

The Ducks will face the USC Trojans on the road Nov. 2nd before hitting their second bye week on Nov. 9th.

Two of Oregon’s final three games will be at Autzen Stadium, starting with a visit from Arizona on Nov. 16th followed by a road game at Arizona State on Nov. 23rd.

The regular season finale will be the 123rd playing of the Civil War rivalry game against Oregon State, with the Beavs visiting Autzen Stadium on Sat., Nov. 30th.

The full 2019 regular season schedule is listed below:

2019 Oregon Football Schedule

Aug. 31           vs. Auburn
Sept. 7            Nevada
Sept. 14          Montana
Sept. 21         at Stanford
Sept. 28          OPEN
Oct. 5              California
Oct. 11           Colorado (Fri.)
Oct. 19           at Washington
Oct. 26           Washington State
Nov. 2             at USC
Nov. 9             OPEN
Nov. 16          Arizona
Nov. 23          at Arizona State
Nov. 30          Oregon State




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