Oregon will aim for a 3-0 record when they host Hawaii in Week 3.

The No. 13 Ducks dropped their threads for the matchup and they’ll be donning green helmets, green jerseys, and yellow pants.

Oregon is coming off a thrilling 38-30 victory at Texas Tech in Week 2. The victory was sealed with a 45-yard pick-6 from Jeffrey Bassa with 35 seconds to go.

Oregon rallied for the win after being down 27-18 heading into the 4th quarter. The Ducks outscored the Red Raiders 20-3 in the final frame, with the other scores coming on a 3-yard rushing touchdown from Bucky Irving and a pair of field goals from Camden Lewis.

Heading into Week 3, the dynamic Oregon offense averages 600.5 total yards per game.

Hawaii improved to 1-2 with its first victory of the season last weekend, a 31-20 win vs. UAlbany.

Oregon leads the all-time series 4-3 against Hawaii. However, Hawaii has won the last 3 matchups in the series. This will be the first meeting between the programs since 1994 when Hawaii defeated Oregon 36-16 in Honolulu.

Oregon hasn’t lost a home game since Nov. 12, 2o22 against Washington.

Hawaii at Oregon is slated for Sept. 16 at 8 p.m. EST and will be televised on the Pac-12 Network.