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Hawaii Football announces four future opponents

The Rainbow Warriors add two more Pac-12 teams and two Football Championship Subdivision opponents to their upcoming schedules.

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Earlier this week, Hawaii announced the addition of several non-conference games to their future schedules.

The Rainbow Warriors and the Oregon Ducks have agreed to a three-game football series, with Hawaii traveling to Eugene in 2020 and 2023, with the Ducks coming to the islands in 2024. The Ducks hold a 4-3 series lead over the Rainbow Warriors.

Next, UH added two games to an additional series with the Arizona Wildcats. A home-and-home series begins next year in Tucson, with a second game in Arizona taking place in 2020. Hawaii will host the Wildcats at Aloha Stadium in 2019 and 2025. Arizona leads the series 4-0, with the last meeting coming in 1998, when the 24th ranked Wildcats topping the Rainbow Warriors, 27-6.

Two FCS teams will make the journey out to Hawaii in the future: Western Carolina on Sept. 2, 2017, and Fordham on Sept. 12, 2020.

Along with the new schedule additions, there were several other changes to the Rainbow Warriors future schedules.

Hawaii and Wisconsin were originally scheduled to kick off a home-and-home on Sept. 4, 2021, but now they'll meet in Honolulu to open the 2024 season on Aug. 31. Both teams will still meet in Madison, WI on Sept. 17, 2022.

The Rainbow Warriors also added two additional contests with the Army Black Knights, with Hawaii traveling to West Point, NY on Nov. 19, 2022, and the Black Knights coming to Hawaii on Nov. 30, 2024. Hawaii and Army were already scheduled to meet on Sept. 15, 2018 in West Point, and Nov. 30, 2019 in Honolulu.