The 2020 college football season is being threatened by COVID-19.


But Oregon is already making plans for the 2027-29 seasons with the addition of a three-game series against Utah State, which was announced by the schools on Tuesday.


The Ducks will host the Aggies from the Mountain West on Sept. 18, 2027, and Sept. 15, 2029, at Autzen Stadium and will also play in Logan, Utah, on Sept. 16, 2028.


Oregon leads the all-time series 4-0, including a 27-8 victory in the first meeting on Oct. 2, 1976, and a 66-24 victory in the last meeting on Sept. 6, 2008.


A total of 29 future nonconference games against 17 different opponents are now on Oregon’s books between 2020-2030.


The defending Pac-12 champion Ducks are scheduled to open this season with three consecutive home games against North Dakota State (Sept. 5), Ohio State (Sept. 12) and Hawaii (Sept. 19).


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