CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Pac-12 Conference released its revised conference schedule for the 2020 season on Friday. The Beavers are slated for five games at Reser Stadium, and five away, with the opener scheduled for Sept. 26 at home vs. California. The conference opponents from Oregon State’s original schedule carry over to the revised slate, and the Beavers add Colorado, whom they last faced in 2018. The Beavers also host UCLA (Oct. 3), Oregon (Oct. 17), Arizona (Nov. 7) and Washington State (Nov. 21). Oregon State plays at Utah (Oct. 10), Washington (Oct. 24), Stanford (Nov. 14), Colorado (Nov. 28), and ends the season at Arizona State (Dec. 5). The Beavers’ bye is Oct. 31 and the Pac-12 placed a flex week in the schedule – for any game makeup needs — at the end of the season – Dec. 12 –before the Pac-12 Championship Game on Dec. 18. Also, the flexible schedule provides an opportunity to shift a game to the bye week. The 2020 slate marks the first time the Beavers won’t end the regular season by playing Oregon since 2012 when Hurricane Isaac forced the season opener against Nicholls State to be moved to Dec. 1. It’s also the first time the Beavers won’t end their conference schedule against Oregon since 2003 when the Beavers visited USC on Dec. 6, two weeks after playing the Ducks. OSU, Washington, and Washington State are the only teams to play the first two games of the season at home. The Beavers join Arizona and Washington as the only teams with two road games to end the year. OSU, UCLA, and Washington are the only teams to have three of the final four contests away from its home venues. The Beavers are also the only team in the league to not have a Friday modified regular-season game on the slate. “We have built a scheduling model that is flexible but today’s announcement is not a guarantee that these games will be played,” VP and Director of Athletics Scott Barnes said. “As has been the case, we will continue to look to the local health authorities to guide our decisions on all practices and competitions.” Just three Covid-19 positive tests have been returned from Oregon State student-athletes since returning to campus this summer. Oregon State student-athletes have been back on campus for approximately a month for voluntary workouts.