Ohio State and Oregon have decided to reschedule their home-and-home series after the two schools were unable to compete in last year’s scheduled game in Eugene because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Eleven Warriors is reporting that Ohio State and Oregon have rescheduled the home-and-home series for next decade, playing during the 2032 and 2033 seasons. For this year’s game, the Buckeyes will write a check for $3.5 million because the Ducks are still committed to a trip to Columbus.

Athletic director Gene Smith told Eleven Warriors about the schedule additions.

This season, the two teams will met on Saturday, Sept. 11 for one of the premier nonconference showdowns of the college football season. It will be featured as FOX’s Big Noon Kickoff game, with start time set for 12 p.m. ET.

The 2032 matchup against the Ducks is the first game on the schedule for the Buckeyes.

The dates of the matchups were not included in the report.