UO release – By: Patrick Pierson, SAN FRANCISCO – Just over a week after announcing the return of football this fall, the Pac-12 released a seven-game, conference-only schedule on Saturday that commences on Saturday, Nov. 7, with No. 14 Oregon hosting Stanford at Autzen Stadium. The Ducks will play all five fellow Pac-12 North Division foes while its crossover opponent will be a home showdown with UCLA on a Friday night (Nov. 20) in week three. Home and away distinctions against all five North Division opponents remained the same from the original schedule. The seventh and final week will feature all twelve teams in action highlighted by the Pac-12 Football Championship Game, presented by 76®, on December 18, which this year will take place in a home-hosted format. Details surrounding matchups and television selections for games other than the Football Championship Game in Week 7 will be determined in the near future. The 125th season in Oregon football history is scheduled to begin with the aforementioned home game against Stanford, which will mark the first home conference opener to start a season since 2008 against Washington. Week two will bring Oregon’s first road game at Washington State on Saturday, Nov. 14, which will be followed by back-to-back Friday night games against UCLA (Nov. 27) and on the road at Oregon State (Nov. 27). It marks the first time since 2015 that Oregon has had two non-Saturday regular season games. A second consecutive road game at California on Saturday, Dec. 5, is on the week five docket before Oregon closes out the season at Autzen Stadium against Washington. It will be the first time since 1985 that the Ducks haven’t closed out the regular season against Oregon State. 2020 Schedule – Nov. 7 – Stanford; Nov. 14 – at Washington State; Nov. 20 (Fri.) – UCLA; Nov. 27 (Fri.) – at Oregon State; Dec. 5 – at California; Dec. 12 – Washington.