Michigan will be forking over a large amount of cash to nonconference opponents Central Michigan and New Mexico for the trip to Ann Arbor during the 2025 season.

According to The Detroit News, the school will pay a combined $3.3 million to the Chippewas and Lobos for the nonconference games at Michigan Stadium in 2025. New Mexico will receive $1.8 million for the Aug. 30 game while Central Michigan will get a $1.5 million check for a Sept. 13 clash.

The athletic department recently announced the addition of the two opponents to the nonconference slate. Between those two games, the Wolverines will travel to Oklahoma for a Power 5 showdown on Sept. 6.

Michigan has played Central Michigan four times, with all games being played in Ann Arbor. The Wolverines have won each game, including the most recent contest in 2013 by a score of 59-9.

The 2025 meeting between Michigan and New Mexico will be the first between the two football programs.