Auburn and Oregon are set to meet again, but this time the stakes will not be as high.
The teams are scheduled to play in the 2019 AdvoCare Classic at AT&T Stadium in Arlington Texas. The game is set for Saturday, Aug. 31.
The game is a rematch of the 2011 BCS national championship game, which Auburn won 22-19.
"I'm thrilled that Auburn will face Oregon in an epic match-up of two elite programs on a big stage to open the 2019 season," Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs said in a news release. "I know how much it means to our players to have an opportunity to play in high-profile games; it is one reason they choose to come to Auburn. I'm also happy for the Auburn family, the best fans in college football. They always travel in masses to support our program, so this is a great reward for them as well.
"Playing in the national championship game twice in the last five years and games such as the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game and the AdvoCare Classic is a great opportunity for the national audience to become more aware of Auburn, our academic successes, our community service endeavors, and of course, our success on the field of play," Jacobs said.
Auburn opens the 2015 season against Louisville in the Chick-Fil-A Kickoff Game at the Georgia Dome on Sept. 5.