The 2021 regular season just ended, but that doesn’t mean we can’t look ahead to the 2022 campaign.

On Thursday, the Pac-12 released next season’s football schedules for each of the league’s 12 teams.

Notably, Oregon and USC will not meet in the regular season. The Ducks and Trojans are both welcoming first-year coaches to the program, with Dan Lanning taking over at Oregon and Lincoln Riley taking charge at USC. But they’ve only met 1 time in the regular season since 2016, a 56-24 Duck drubbing of the Trojans in Los Angeles in 2019.

The Trojans are probably feeling good looking at the calendar. The schedule doesn’t feature road games in back-to-back weeks and, as the LA Times’ Ryan Kartje pointed out on Twitter, the combined record of USC’s league road opponents in 2021 was 29-32. Southern Cal gets Stanford (3-9, Sept. 10), Oregon State (7-5, Sept. 24), Pac-12 champion Utah (10-3, Oct. 15), Arizona (1-11, Oct. 29), and UCLA (8-4, Nov. 19).

The Utes open conference play with 2 road games in 3 weeks. They’ll play Arizona State in Tempe on Sept. 24, return home to face Oregon State on Oct.1, and then head back out on the road for a meeting with Chip Kelly and UCLA on Oct. 8. Utah won’t play Cal or Washington in the regular season. The home game against the Beavers might have a little something extra to it; Utah’s only conference loss this season was 42-34 defeat in Corvallis that saw the Beavers take hold of the game in the second half.

Here’s the schedule for each team:

Arizona Wildcats

Arizona State Sun Devils

Cal Golden Bears

Colorado Buffaloes

Oregon Ducks

Oregon State Beavers

Stanford Cardinal

UCLA Bruins

USC Trojans

Utah Utes

Washington Huskies

Washington State Cougars