The Ohio State football team will play Texas Christian on Sept. 15, 2018, in AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, for a payout of $5 million each to the teams, OSU announced Thursday afternoon.

It also was revealed that the Buckeyes will play a home-and-home with Washington in 2024 (there) and 2025, and with Boston College in 2026 and 2027 (there), while Bowling Green was added to the 2020 schedule.

TCU originally had been scheduled to host the Buckeyes in 2018 with a return game in Ohio Stadium in 2019, but that 2019 game has been cancelled. OSU filled that slot by scheduling Miami University.

Martin Jarmond, who was named athletic director at Boston College last week, is still the OSU deputy athletic director through June 2. He has had the task of putting together the Buckeyes’ football schedule for seven years. He said the school had been reluctant to make that TCU game switch but changed as the process went along.

“We thought it would be mutually good for both teams to play that game at AT&T, and they were going to pay us (handsomely) to do it,” he said. “And remember, that’s the stadium where we won the (2014) national championship.”

The OSU schedules are complete for 2018 and 2019, the ’18 slate including nonconference games with Oregon State, TCU and Tulane, and the ’19 with nonconference home games vs. Florida Atlantic, Cincinnati and Miami University.