Oregon’s 2023 football schedule has been released.

The schedule features seven home games at Autzen Stadium, beginning with the season opener against Portland State on Sept. 2. The marquee game of the nonconference slate lands on Sept. 9 when Oregon travels to Lubbock, Texas, to take on Texas Tech for just the third-ever meeting between the two programs.

Oregon opens Pac-12 play at home against Deion Sanders and the Colorado Buffaloes. With the Ducks a major TV draw and Coach Prime a main attraction in college football next season, that game feels like it’ll get special treatment from the league’s network partners.

The Ducks head on a bye week on Oct. 7 before traveling to Seattle to battle Washington. Both teams will be coming off a bye week for the game. Oregon will look for revenge after last year’s crushing defeat at home.

The closing stretch for Oregon is a trying one.

Oregon will head to Salt Lake City on Oct. 28 to face Utah. It has lost two straight at Rice-Eccles Stadium. The Ducks play host to Cal one week before welcoming Lincoln Riley and USC to Autzen Stadium.

The game against the Trojans on Nov. 11 will be just the second regular-season meeting between the two since 2016. It could also be a preview of the Pac-12 title game.

Coach Dan Lanning and Co. head to Tempe, Arizona to face Arizona State on Nov. 18. That game will pit Lanning against first-year ASU coach and former Oregon offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham.

Then, on Friday, Nov. 24, Oregon hosts Oregon State to close out the regular season. It’ll be another revenge spot for the Ducks, who lost in shocking fashion to the Beavers this past season in Corvallis. The game between the two in-state rivals will also be the only Black Friday game in the Pac-12 this season.

Here’s the schedule:

  • Sept. 2: vs. Portland State
  • Sept. 9: at Texas Tech
  • Sept. 16: vs. Hawaii
  • Sept. 23: vs. Colorado
  • Sept. 30: at Stanford
  • Oct. 7: BYE
  • Oct. 14: at Washington
  • Oct. 21: vs. Washington State
  • Oct. 28: at Utah
  • Nov. 4: vs. Cal
  • Nov. 11: vs. USC
  • Nov. 18: at Arizona State
  • Nov. 24 (Fri.): vs. Oregon State