According to media release, previous season ticket holders are encouraged to renew their tickets for the 2012 season online through the athletic department's official web site at www.goducks.com.
Oregon has had a string of 82 consecutive sellouts at Autzen Stadium.
Oregon will host seven games this season following last year in which the Ducks beat Wisconsin, 45-38, capturing the first Rose Bowl win since 1917. Additionally, Oregon won the conference championship for the third straight year.
Four of the seven games will be against teams that played in the post-season last year.
A new face in the conference coaching ranks will be visiting Sept. 22, when Arizona's Rich Rodrigues comes to town. The Pacific Northwest rival Washington play on Oct. 6th hoping to avoid nine-straight losses to the Ducks. League newcomer Colorado (Oct. 27), which will be making its first Eugene visit since 1986, and 2011 North Division runner-up Stanford (Nov. 17).
For more information, contact the Oregon Athletic Ticket Office at (541) 346-4461 or 1-800-WEBFOOT.
Individuals looking to become new season ticket-holders are asked to contact the Duck Athletic Fund at (541) 346-5433.
Football Season Ticket Deadline is Friday
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