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Beavs release 2013 schedule
OSU opens the year with back-to-back home games for the first time since 2005 after the 2012 schedule was modified due to the postponement of the opener against Nicholls State.
OSU plays a pair of road games starting Sept. 14 with the Pac-12 opener at Utah followed by a Sept. 21 trip to San Diego State to face former OSU defensive coordinator Rocky Long and his Aztecs.
The first ever visit to Corvallis by Colorado occurs Sept. 28 in the sixth game of the series (two played in Portland) – Colorado and OSU last played in 1988 and it marks the first league game ever between the two teams. The first of two byes is Oct. 5, with the second Nov. 9.
The middle portion of the schedule begins with a pair of road games against Washington State Oct. 12 in Pullman and at California Oct. 19, which ends a stretch of playing four away games in a five-contest span.
The Beavers and Arizona are the only two teams in the conference to have a schedule that features four road games in a five-game set. The game at WSU is OSU's first since 2009 as the '11 game was played in Seattle.
The latter half of the schedule features five games, all against 2012 bowl participants – the only team in the Pac-12 with this challenging of a conclusion. Stanford ventures to Reser Stadium Oct. 28 for Homecoming, followed by a short week as USC visits for a Friday tilt on Nov. 1.
Following the second bye week, the Beavers play at Arizona State Nov. 16; the latest regular season contest ever for OSU in Tempe. The home finale is Nov. 23 against Washington followed by another short week -- the 117th Civil War will be held Friday, Nov. 29 in Eugene.
Due to the schedule rotation in the Pac-12, the Beavers will not play UCLA or Arizona during the 2013 or '14 seasons. The Beavers and Bruins had played eight consecutive years through 2012 while this will be the first time since 1989 the Wildcats are not on the slate. OSU did not play Colorado or USC in 2011 and '12.
For the second year in a row, fans all across the country will be able to watch every football game played at Pac-12 sites. A combination of the ESPN channels, ABC and FOX will broadcast 44 games nationally and Pac-12 Networks will offer 35 games to a national audience. Exact broadcast schedules will be determined in the coming months.
The Beavers will be one of the more experienced teams in the league entering next season with 15 players who started the Valero Alamo Bowl expected to return to the roster, 302 combined starts returning, and a likely top 25 ranking in the preseason.
OREGON STATE 2013 SCHEDULE
Aug. 31 Eastern Washington
Sept. 7 Hawai'i
Sept. 14 at Utah
Sept. 21 at San Diego State
Sept. 28 Colorado
Oct. 5 Bye
Oct. 12 at Washington State
Oct. 19 at California
Oct. 26 Stanford (Homecoming)
Nov. 1 (Fri.) USC
Nov. 9 Bye
Nov. 16 at Arizona State
Nov. 23 Washington
Nov. 29 (Fri.) at Oregon
If you're interested in becoming a new season ticket holder for 2013 please contact the OSU Ticket Office at 1-800-GO-BEAVS between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. or visit BeaverTickets.com to place a $50 per seat deposit. Current season ticket holders will receive their renewal information by Feb. 1.
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