Another significant nonconference match for the Ducks!
Oregon declared on Tuesday it’ll play Auburn at a neutral-site, Nonconference match on Aug. 31, 2019, in AT&T Stadium at Arlington, Texas.
The UO department has an obligation to purchase and resell 6,520 tickets also will earn a payout of $3.5 million to its game.
“An invitation to participate on a point likes this speaks to the Reputation Oregon football has got, and we’re eager to participate in such a prestigious matchup,” UO athletic director Rob Mullens said.
Was in the 2010 National Championship, when Auburn kicked off a late field goal to overcome the Ducks 22-19.
Ever since then both teams have retained their own strong programs. Auburn Went onto compete in another championship in 2013, as did Oregon in 2014.
The match is your 11th match in the Classic series, which Oregon participate in when opening the 2011 season against another SEC Apparently. The flip potential of oregon nonconference games against power Conference teams contain: Michigan State in 2015, Nebraska at 2016 and 2017, and Ohio State at 2020 and 2021.