Official 2011 Beavers Schedule

Official 2011 Beavers Schedule

THE OFFICIAL 2011 SCHEDULE is out, and Oregon State will face newly-added Pac-12 Conference foe Utah next season. They Beavers will meet their traditional Northwest rivals on the gridiron with Oregon, Washington and Washington State, and will also make a stop in the Bay Area, but not in Los Angeles.

Nine Pacific-12 Conference games plus two non-league home contests highlight the 2011 Oregon State University football schedule.

The Beavers host Pac-12 North Division games against Stanford and Washington.

They have away dates vs. California, Oregon and Washington State.

The Nov. 12 game against California will be played at AT&T Park in San Francisco as the Bears' home venue, Memorial Stadium in Berkeley, is being renovated.

In addition, OSU plays conference games at Reser Stadium against South Division teams UCLA and Arizona, and travels to Arizona State and new member Utah.

In addition, Oregon State hosts a to-be-determined, assumedly non-conference opponent, on Sept. 3. They'll also play non-conference opponent BYU later in the schedule than has been the norm -- on Oct. 15.

OSU will play their lone non-conference away game at Wisconsin Sept. 10.

The Beavers have their lone bye in the 12-game schedule slated for Sept. 17.

The 2012 schedule will include the same set of opponents as the 2011 slate, with games played at opposite sites -- so they'll have an away game and recruiting trip to Los Angeles, to play UCLA, in 2012. Dates of those games are to be determined.

The Beavers will not play USC or Pac-12 newcomer Colorado in 2011 or 2012 -- both the Trojans and Buffaloes appear on OSU's schedule in 2013 and 2014, while in those years UCLA and Arizona do not.

2011 Oregon State Schedule
Sept. 3 TBD (home game)
Sept. 10 at Wisconsin
Sept. 17 Bye
Sept. 24 UCLA
Oct. 1 at Arizona State
Oct. 8 Arizona
Oct. 15 BYU
Oct. 22 at Washington State
Oct. 29 at Utah
Nov. 5 Stanford
Nov. 12 at California
Nov. 19 Washington
Nov. 26 at Oregon

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