EUGENE, Ore. -- The Pac-12 announced its 2020 football schedule which includes a seven-game Conference-only lineup starting on November 7 with the Pac-12 Championship Game and seeding games during the weekend of December 18.
Each team will play five divisional games and one crossover game against a non-division opponent. All teams will have at least three home and three away games.
All North division rivalry games will be played in week 4 of the season. Oregon-OSU will be played on Friday, November 27, at Reser Stadium in Corvallis.
All South division rivalry games will be played during week 6 of the season.
The conference championship game, which was originally scheduled to be played at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, will now be a home-hosted format.
The schedule includes eight Friday night games with the road team for those games guaranteed a home game in the preceding week.
The season will also include 9 A.M. kickoffs. USC and Arizona State will be the first 9 A.M. game when the season starts on November 7. Both Oregon Athletic Director Rob Mullens and OSU Athletic Director Scott Barnes previously said they weren't "raising their hands" for 9 A.M. kickoffs for their schools.
All games through week 6 will be nationally televised.
Below are the full regular season schedules for Oregon and Oregon State. Game times are still to be announced.
Nov. 7: vs. Stanford
Nov. 14: at Washington St.
Nov. 20 (Friday): vs. UCLA
Nov. 27 (Friday): at Oregon St.
Dec. 5: at Cal
Dec. 12: vs. Washington
Nov. 7: vs. Washington St.
Nov. 14: at Washington
Nov. 21: vs. Cal
Nov. 27 (Friday): vs. Oregon
Dec. 5: at Utah
Dec. 12: at Stanford