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.