(Seattle, WA) — Washington will play North Dakota in football in 2018. It will be the first meeting between the two schools and will be played on September 15 of that year at Husky Stadium. North Dakota plays in the FCS, a division of college football lower than that of the Huskies.
UND’s announcement of the game in Seattle comes one week after the Big Sky Conference announced a game against another Pac-12 opponent, Utah, during the 2017 season,
“We’re taking a proactive approach in lining up these future games with FBS opponents and our players will benefit from being able to play in some of the best venues college football has to offer,” UND coach Chris Mussman said. “Like Utah, Washington is a storied program with lots of tradition and we have a great alumni base in Seattle, so that should give our alums out there a unique opportunity to watch us play in their own city.”
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