Oregon will Welcome USC to Autzen Stadium on Nov. 11.

It’ll be the Trojans’ final road game as a member of the Pac-12 Conference, and it’ll sandwich home showdowns between Washington and UCLA. Which is to say it’ll be a make-or-break stretch for Lincoln Riley and a USC squad that is hoping to return to the Pac-12 Championship Game.

In Eugene, a sellout crowd will look to do everything it can to help prevent that from happening.

The Ducks announced Thursday that single-game tickets for the USC contest are already sold out. Oregon says limited tickets remain in the three-game mini-plan (starting at $199) or season tickets (starting at $249).

Oregon is coming off a 10-win season in Dan Lanning’s first year as head coach. USC is coming off an 11-win campaign in Riley’s debut season.

Both teams will be ranked when the preseason AP Top 25 drops. Both teams are expected to be ranked when they meet in November. A Pac-12 title game berth could be at stake. There could be College Football Playoff implications. And there’s a decent chance it could attract ESPN’s College GameDay. (Michigan-Penn State looks like a worthy contender, but that’s a Big Noon Kickoff on FOX.)

Between the Ducks and the Trojans, there are household names at quarterback, coaches with elite pedigrees calling their respective sides of the football, and a huge percentage of the blue-chip talent in the conference.

The last time these two met in the Pac-12’s regular season was 2019 — a 56-24 Oregon trouncing in Los Angeles. This will be the first time USC has played at Autzen Stadium since 2015 — another Oregon blowout.

This year’s meeting has all the makings of a special one.