The Pac-12 released the schedule for the shortened 2020 season this morning. Each team will play seven games, including a game for each team during the conference championship weekend. Each team plays the 5 other teams in their division, plus one crossover game against a team from the other division.
For Oregon State, here’s how the schedule shook out.
- Week One: vs Washington State (Saturday, November 7th)
- Week Two: at Washington (Saturday, November 14th)
- Week Three: vs California (Saturday, November 21st)
- Week Four: vs Oregon (Friday, November 27th)
- Week Five: at Utah (Saturday, December 5th)
- Week Six: at Stanford (Saturday, December 12th)
- Week Seven: TBD (December 18-19)
Week 4 has been designated as the rivalry week for the North Division teams, with Oregon-OSU, Cal-Stanford and Washington-WSU all taking place on Friday. Week Six has a similar designation, but for the South teams, with Arizona-ASU, UCLA-USC and Colorado-Utah taking their turn on the Friday stage.
The pairings for the final week are still up in the air. The North champion will take on the South champion on Friday, December 18th, with all the other teams playing on Saturday, December 19th. The exact seeding for those games has yet to be announced, but the championship will be home-hosted, rather than hosted at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas as previously planned.
So what do you think of the schedule? How do you feel about hosting Oregon on Black Friday? Let us know in the comments.