Washington’s 2023 football schedule has been released.

The Huskies will face a daunting month of November. One thing that immediately jumps off the page as well: no weekday games. Every game in 2023 will take place on Saturday. After an 11-2 mark in Kalen DeBoer’s debut year, the Huskies figure to be front and center for the national college football audience.

The season opens at home against Boise State on Sept. 2. UW travels to East Lansing to face Michigan State on Sept. 16.

Cal comes to town on Sept. 23 for the start of conference play. UW is 6-2 against Cal in the last eight meetings at Husky Stadium.

The Huskies will take on Oregon on Oct. 14. Both teams will be coming off a bye week for that game.

After that, UW will host Arizona State on Oct. 21. The Sun Devils stunned Washington this past season in Tempe. It was a loss that ultimately kept Washington out of the Pac-12 title game and perhaps even kept UW from being in contention for the College Football Playoff. The Huskies will likely have that one circled with so much of the 2022 squad returning.

Washington travels to Los Angeles on Nov. 4 to face USC. It’ll be just the second game played at the L.A. Coliseum since 2011 for Washington.

Senior Day coincides with the Apple Cup this season. UW hosts Washington State on Saturday, Nov. 25.

Here’s the full schedule:

  • Sept. 2: vs. Boise State
  • Sept. 9: vs. Tulsa
  • Sept. 16: at Michigan State
  • Sept. 23: vs. Cal
  • Sept. 30: at Arizona
  • Oct. 7: BYE
  • Oct. 14: vs. Oregon
  • Oct. 21: vs. Arizona State
  • Oct. 28: at Stanford
  • Nov. 4: at USC
  • Nov. 11: vs. Utah
  • Nov. 18: at Oregon State
  • Nov. 25: vs. Washington State