Ohio State to pay over $3 million to non-conference opponents Oregon State, Tulane
Oregon State and Tulane will receive nice paycheck when they travel to Ohio Stadium this season.
Recently, Eleven Warriors obtained documents outlining some of the figures for Ohio State’s non-conference games for the 2018 season. According to Eleven Warriors, Oregon State will receive $1.7 million and Tulane $1.2 million for their trips to Columbus.
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Eleven Warriors also obtained documents that detailed the payout for future scheduled non-conference games on the Buckeyes’ schedule. Ohio State will pay Florida Atlantic $1.4 million in 2019, Miami (Ohio) will receive $1.3 million and Cincinnati will get $375,000. Buffalo (2020), Akron (2021) and Toledo (2022) will all receive $1.8 million for trips to Columbus.
The Buckeyes will also receive a nice chunk of change for agreeing to play TCU at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas this season. Ohio State earns $5 million for the trip to the Lone Star State on Sept. 15 for the non-conference clash with the Horned Frogs, a game that could have College Football Playoff implications.
More numbers regarding Ohio State’s non-conference scheduling can be viewed on Eleven Warriors.
Ohio State opens the season against Oregon State on Sept. 1.