UW Football unveils new 10-game 2020 schedule

UW Football unveils new 10-game 2020 schedule
UW tight end Cade Otton in the 2019 Apple Cup. (Abbie Parr /Getty Images)

SEATTLE — The University of Washington football team has unveiled its new 10-game all PAC-12 schedule for the 2020 season.

Washington was originally scheduled to host the Michigan Wolverines at home Sept. 5, but the game was canceled when the BIG 10 announced it won’t play non-conference games for football and other sports this fall.

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Officials said details on kickoff times and TV networks are set to be announced at a later date, along with much more specific information about the coming season.

Here’s the Huskies’ new schedule:

Officials also said Husky season ticket holders will receive an update as soon as one is available.

The coronavirus is not the only change the Huskies football team is dealing with this season.

New head coach Jimmy Lake is taking over for Chris Pedersen, who retired following the team’s Las Vegas bowl victory over Boise State in December.

The Huskies are also set to replace their leading passer (Jacob Eason), their leading rusher (Salvon Ahmed) and their top two leading receivers (Hunter Bryant and Aaron Fuller).