Arizona State announced the football program's nonconference schedule through 2022 on Friday, with the most high-profile home-and-home series coming against the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
The Sun Devils agreed to a home-and-home series in which ASU will travel to Stillwater, Oklahoma to take on the Cowboys in 2022 before Oklahoma State returns to Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe in 2023.
Of the new matchups ASU announced Friday, all games are scheduled for 2021 or later.
Upcoming opponents for ASU now include Northern Arizona, Hawaii, Wyoming, Louisiana-Lafayette, Bowling Green and Eastern Michigan. Some of the games ASU will play against future opponents will not take place until as late as 2028 and specific dates for those games have not been announced.
ASU is scheduled to play two of its three annual nonconference games at home every year from 2017 through 2023. Additionally, ASU will play at least one Power 5 conference opponent each season from 2017-2023 with the exclusion of 2020 and 2021, when the Sun Devils will play against independent Brigham Young.
Prior to Friday, the Sun Devils had already scheduled nonconference games through 2020, with a home-and-home series between ASU and Big 10 foe Michigan State on the slate for 2018 and 2019.
ASU nonconference schedule
September 2--New Mexico State
September 9--San Diego State
September 16--at Texas Tech
September 1--Texas-San Antonio
September 8--Michigan State
September 15--at San Diego State
August 31--Kent State
September 7--Sacramento State
September 14--at Michigan State
September 3/5--Northern Arizona
September 12--at UNLV
September 19--Brigham Young
September 18--at Brigham Young
September 1/3--Northern Arizona
September 10--at Oklahoma State
September 17--Eastern Michigan
September 2--Southern Utah
September 9--Oklahoma State