On Wednesday, the Pac-12 released their 2014 college football schedule.
“The depth of our Conference will be on display every week next season,” said Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott. “Coming off a record nine teams competing in this year’s bowl season, next season’s nine-game Conference schedule will be the toughest in the nation.”
The schedule has several highlights.
The opening week is highlighted by a rematch of the Las Vegas Bowl when the USC Trojans host the Fresno State Bulldogs.
On September 6, the Oregon Ducks will host the Michigan State Spartans and USC will take on Stanford.
On September 13, the Trojans will travel across the country to meet the Boston College Eagles while the UCLA Bruins will the road to take on the Texas Longhorns.
The Michigan Wolverines will host the Utah Utes on September 20.
The first Thursday night Pac-12 game comes on September 25 when UCLA travels to Arizona State. Two days later, Washington plays host to Stanford.
On October 2, Oregon will try to avenge one of it’s two losses when they host Arizona. USC hosts Arizona State and Notre Dame hosts Stanford two days later.
Stanford will be in Oregon on November 1 in a game that has become the conference’s marquee matchup.
USC and UCLA and Stanford and California will do battle on November 22.
Stanford will then travel to UCLA on Friday, November 28 while USC hosts Notre Dame and Oregon State hosts Oregon a day later.
The Pac-12 Championship will be on Friday, December 5.