UW Huskies, WSU Cougars 2020 football schedules released
The schedules for the 2020 UW Huskies and WSU Cougars football seasons have been released.
Washington State gets a break, in a sense, in that it will only have to play one Friday game – the annual Apple Cup against the Huskies, which will be at Martin Stadium in Pullman this year. Washington, meanwhile, will have an additional Friday game on Oct. 23 when it hosts Arizona.
WSU will open Pac-12 play on Sept. 26 at Oregon State, while UW will be on a bye that weekend before starting its conference slate on Oct. 3 at Oregon.
This will be the first year under new head coaches for both Washington and Washington State. Former UW defensive coordinator Jimmy Lake has succeeded Chris Petersen on Montlake, while Nick Rolovich was hired away from Hawaii earlier this week to replace Mike Leach, who left WSU for Mississippi State less than a week prior.
Here are the team’s full schedules.
Sept. 5 at Utah State
Sept. 12 vs. Houston
Sept. 19 vs. Idaho
Sept. 26 at Oregon State
Oct. 3 vs. Cal
Oct. 10 vs. Utah
Oct. 17 at Stanford
Oct. 31 vs. ASU
Nov. 7 at Colorado
Nov. 14 at UCLA
Nov. 21 vs. Oregon
Nov. 27 vs. Washington (Friday)
New Coach, New Schedule ‼️ Big things coming 🏈
— Washington State Football (@WSUCougarFB) January 17, 2020
Sept. 5 vs. Michigan
Sept. 12 vs. Sac St.
Sept. 19 vs. Utah St.
Oct. 3 at Oregon
Oct. 10 vs. Oregon St.
Oct. 17 at Utah
Oct. 23 vs. Arizona (Friday)
Oct. 31 at Cal
Nov. 7 vs. Stanford
Nov. 14 at USC
Nov. 21 vs. Colorado
Nov. 27 at Washington St. (Friday)
Dawg mentality in 2020.
— Washington Football (@UW_Football) January 16, 2020
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