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August 20, 2014 at 12:19 PM

Huskies schedule home-and-home series with both Michigan, BYU

Washington's Walter Bailey, behind, intercepts a first quarter pass intended for Michigan's Desmond Howard (21), this year's Heisman trophy winner, at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., on Jan. 1, 1992. (AP Photo/Bob Galbraith)

Washington’s Walter Bailey, behind, intercepts a first quarter pass intended for Michigan’s Heisman trophy winner, Desmond Howard (21) at the Rose Bowl on Jan. 1, 1992. (AP Photo/Bob Galbraith)

Washington announced it has added home-and-home series with both Michigan and BYU to future nonconference schedules.

The Huskies will play host to BYU on Sept. 29, 2018, and will travel to Provo on Sept. 21, 2019. The Huskies and Cougars have met nine times in their history, including most recently in last December’s Fight Hunger Bowl (won by UW, 31-16).

Michigan will come to Seattle for a Sept. 5 game in 2020. The Huskies travel to Ann Arbor in 2021 for a Sept. 18 game. The Huskies and Wolverines have a history that dates back over 60 years and includes four Rose Bowl matchups among 12 all-time meetings.

UW also announced that Wisconsin had canceled its previously scheduled series with the Huskies (for 2018 and 2021) because of conflicts with its Big Ten Conference schedule.

Here’s how the Huskies’ future nonconference schedules line up:

2015
Sept. 3 or 4 – at Boise State (for an ESPN broadcast)
Sept. 12 – Sacramento State
Sept. 19 – Utah State

2016
Sept. 3 – Rutgers
Sept. 10 – Idaho
Sept. 17 – Portland State

2017
Sept. 2 – at Rutgers
Sept. 9 – Montana
Sept. 16 – open

2018
Sept. 1 – North Dakota
Sept. 8 – Nevada
Sept. 29 – BYU

2019
Aug. 31 – Eastern Washington
Sept. 14 – Hawaii
Sept. 21 – at BYU

2020
Sept. 5 – Michigan
Sept. 12 – Sacramento State
Sept. 19 – open

2021
Sept. 4 – Montana
Sept. 11 – open
Sept. 18 – at Michigan

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