Utah football’s 2022 schedule is marked by Florida’s opener, season-end game in Oregon


Utes will open next season in Gainesville against Florida Gators

(Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Utah Utes quarterback Cameron Rising (7) beats the ball as the Utes play the Oregon Ducks for the 2021 Pac12 Soccer League championship at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, December 3, 2021.

The season opener highlights the SEC show and the rematch of this season’s Pac-12 championship game on the way highlights the University of Utah’s 2022 football schedule, which was released Thursday morning.

The non-conference games in Florida and Southern Utah and San Diego were on the books, but the schedule is now complete after the Pac-12 announced the conference schedule, starting with Utes going to Tempe on Jan. September 24 to take place on the State of Arizona.

A big highlight on the conference schedule will be a November 19 trip to Eugene for Oregon. The Utes have beaten the Ducks twice this season, including 38-10 on December 3 in Pac-12 championship games, taking them to their first Rose Bowl on New Year’s Day. before Ohio State (2 p.m., ESPN).


September 3, in Florida

September 10 vs. Southern Utah

September 17th vs. San Diego State

September 24, in the State of Arizona

October 1, versus Oregon State

October 8, at UCLA

October 15, compared to USC

October 29, at Washington State

November 5, compared to Arizona

November 12, versus Stanford

November 19 in Oregon

November 26 in Colorado Utah football’s 2022 schedule is marked by Florida’s opener, season-end game in Oregon

Beth Allcock

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