2019 Husky Football Schedule Released

Per The University of Washington Press Release…..

 
The 2019 Pac-12 football schedule was announced by the conference office today, and Washington’s home slate will offer numerous challenges and high-energy games for the Pac-12 champions and their fans.
 
The UW will play home games against five Pac-12 Conference opponents – California, USC, Oregon, Utah and Washington State – with road games at Stanford, Arizona, Oregon State and Colorado. The schedule also features two bye weeks and a pair of Friday games (at Oregon State and home vs. WSU).
 
Those games are in addition to the Huskies’ previously announced non-conference schedule: Aug. 31 home vs. Eastern Washington, Sept. 14 home vs. Hawai’i, and Sept. 21 at Brigham Young in Provo, Utah.
 
After the EWU opener, the Dawgs jump into Pac-12 play quickly as California comes to Seattle for a game on Sept. 7. Following the Hawai’i and BYU games, the Huskies return home to face USC on Sept. 28.
 
The month of October begins with back-to-back road games at Stanford (Oct. 5) and Arizona (Oct. 12) before Washington plays host to Oregon for Homecoming on Oct. 19.
 
Washington’s first bye week is Oct. 26, giving the Huskies time to prepare for a rematch of the 2018 Pac-12 Championship game, vs. Utah at Husky Stadium on Nov. 2.
 
After the Utah game, the Huskies have a short week before facing Oregon State on Friday, Nov. 8, in Corvallis. The UW then has another bye week (Nov. 16) before facing Colorado in Boulder on Nov. 23.
 
The 2019 Boeing Apple Cup will take place at Husky Stadium on Friday, Nov. 29, and the Pac-12 Championship Game is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 6, at Santa Clara, Calif.
 
Here’s the 2019 Washington football schedule.
 
Aug. 31: EASTERN WASHINGTON
Sept. 7: CALIFORNIA
Sept. 14: HAWAII
Sept. 21: at BYU
Sept. 28: USC
Oct. 5: at Stanford
Oct. 12: at Arizona
Oct. 19: OREGON (Homecoming)
Oct. 26: bye week
Nov. 2: UTAH
Nov. 8 (Fri.): at Oregon State
Nov. 16: bye week
Nov. 23: at Colorado
Nov. 29 (Fri.): WASHINGTON STATE
Dec. 6: Pac-12 Championship Game
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