Oregon State will open the 2011 season by hosting Sacramento State at Reser Stadium. The game is scheduled for Sat., Sept. 3.
The Beavs then face Wisconsin in Madison in Week 2, followed by the only bye on their schedule. Oregon State returns to the field and begins Pac-12 play against UCLA on Sept. 24.
Oregon State's final non-conference game, at home against BYU, is slated for Oct. 15.
Homecoming is scheduled for Nov. 15, as OSU plays host to Stanford.
Sac State was 6-5 this season, the program's first winning year since 2000. They finished in a three-way tie for third in the Big Sky Conference at 5-3. The Hornets' three league defeats were by a combined 10 points.
Wisconsin (11-1) this season is ranked No. 4 in the AP and Coaches' polls, and No. 5 in the BCS. They meet TCU in the Rose Bowl on Jan. 1. BYU is 6-6 on the year an meets UTEP in the New Mexico Bowl on Dec. 18.
Season ticket renewals for the 2011 Beaver season will be available starting Feb. 1 at osubeavers.com.
The 2011 Oregon State schedule (subject to change)
Sept. 3 Sacramento State
Sept. 10 at Wisconsin
Sept. 17 Bye
Sept. 24 UCLA
Oct. 1 at Arizona State
Oct. 8 Arizona
Oct. 15 BYU
Oct. 22 vs. Washington State (@ Qwest Field, Seattle)
Oct. 29 at Utah
Nov. 5 Stanford (Homecoming)
Nov. 12 vs. California (@ AT&T Park)
Nov. 19 Washington (Dad's Weekend)
Nov. 26 at Oregon
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