SALT LAKE CITY — Utah football will host Stanford and visit Oregon in 2013 when the Pac-12's initial two-year scheduling rotation takes place. The Cardinal and Ducks will replace California and Washington on the Utes' schedule.
Although dates for next season's Pac-12 games won't be announced until mid-January, Utah's other home games will be against Arizona State, Colorado, Oregon State and UCLA. Additional road games include Arizona, USC and Washington State.
For the first time since 1995, the Utes will have seven games at Rice-Eccles Stadium next season including non-conference contests against Utah State and Weber State to kick things off. They'll face the Aggies on Thursday, Aug. 29, and the Wildcats on Saturday, Sept. 7.
Utah's lone non-conference road game is Saturday, Sept. 21 at BYU.
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