Hawaii and Oregon have agreed to a three-game football series over the next ten seasons, the schools have confirmed. This will be the first time the Rainbow Warriors and Ducks meet on the field since 1994, when Hawaii topped Oregon 36-16 at Aloha Stadium. The Ducks hold a 4-3 series lead over the Rainbow Warriors.
The 'Bows will travel to Eugene in 2020 and 2023, while the Ducks make the journey to the islands in 2024.
"With so many players on our roster coming from Hawaii, it makes a lot of sense for us," Oregon athletic director Rob Mullens has said. The 2014 Pac-12 Champions had six players on the roster from the state of Hawaii, including Heisman Trophy winner, Marcus Mariota.
Oregon is just the latest addition of a tough stretch of non-conference foes for UH in the coming years. Hawaii faces defending National Champion Ohio State and perennial Big Ten contender Wisconsin this fall, with future match-ups with UCLA, Kansas, Michigan and BYU looming.