The start of the football season has finally arrived, which means Oregon football is finally getting a new stadium.
The stadium will officially open for the 2016 season on Oct. 10 and be home to the Ducks for the first time since 2001.
The Ducks will play in the renovated Rose Bowl for the second straight season, which opens Oct. 23.
It’s an interesting time for the team, as it has only played two seasons at home in the Rose Bowl.
The new facility will be located in downtown Eugene and has a capacity of 35,000.
The first two games will be played at the new facility, while the final home game will be against Oregon State in 2019.
The Rose Bowl will host the Ducks again for the 2021 season, when it will be a new venue with a capacity for 36,000, according to the Oregon Athletic Department.
The 2020 season will be the last for the Rose and the first for the new stadium, which will be completed in time for Oregon to host the 2020 Rose Bowl in 2020.
It will be an honor for the Ducks and fans to return to the Rose to play at their home.
In 2017, the Ducks played their last home game at the Rose for the 2019 season, losing to Oregon State.
The 2018 season will mark the first year since 2001 that the Ducks won’t play in an entirely new facility.
This means that Oregon will play their first season in the new venue, and it will serve as the home of the Ducks.
This is important for the program because of the importance of winning games in Eugene, which has a large fanbase.
This also helps to keep the Ducks in the national spotlight.