OREGON SIGNS THREE GAME DEAL WITH BOISE STATE – Bronco’s and Ducks to Square Off in Autzen in 2024
EUGENE, Ore. – Two games at Autzen Stadium highlight a three-game series between Oregon and Boise State that will commence in 2024, as announced jointly by the two schools on Thursday.
Oregon will host the Broncos on Sept. 14, 2024, and Sept. 5, 2026, while Boise State will entertain the Ducks at Albertsons Stadium in Boise, Idaho on Sept. 13, 2025.
The addition of Boise State brings the total to 21 non-conference games the Ducks have scheduled between 2019 and 2028. Next year the Ducks open the season at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, before hosting Nevada and Montana during the 2019 season.
Oregon also has a home-and-home series scheduled with Power 5 Conference opponents Ohio State (2020, 2021), Texas Tech (2023, 2024) and Baylor (2027, 2028).
The Ducks and Broncos have met three times previously with BSU holding a 3-0 series advantage. Boise State won the first meeting between the two schools, 37-32, on Sept. 20, 2008, in Eugene, before picking up a 19-8 win in Boise on Sept. 3, 2009. The two teams also met in last year’s Las Vegas Bowl with the Broncos winning, 38-28.
Future Non-Conference Opponents
2019: vs. Auburn (Arlington, Texas), Nevada, Montana
2020: North Dakota State, Ohio State, Hawaii
2021: Fresno State, at Ohio State, Stony Brook
2022: Eastern Washington, BYU
2023: Portland State, at Texas Tech, Hawaii
2024: Texas Tech, Boise State, at Hawaii
2025: at Boise State
2026: Boise State
2027: at Baylor