After playing during the day for the past two games, including at home for the first time this season, the Arizona Wildcats are returning to a familiar time for their next contest after this week’s bye.
Arizona and Oregon will kick off at 8:30 p.m. MT on Saturday, Nov. 16 in Eugene, Ore., with the game set to be aired on ESPN.
Arizona (4-5, 2-4 Pac-12) is currently riding a four-game losing streak, the most recent setback a 56-38 home loss to Oregon State last Saturday. Oregon (8-1, 6-0) has won eight straight since a season-opening neutral-site loss to Auburn, with the Ducks steamrolling USC in Los Angeles over the weekend.
The Wildcats have won three of the last five meetings against Oregon, including a 44-15 home win last year, but last time they played at Autzen Stadium in 2017 they fell 48-28. Their only win in Eugene in the past 12 years came in 2014 when they shocked the Marcus Mariota-led Ducks 31-24 en route to a Pac-12 South championship … and a 51-13 beatdown at the hands of Oregon in the conference title game.