Clemson and Oklahoma have scheduled what is certain to be an eagerly anticipated home-and-home football series.

You’ll just have to wait 16 years to see it unfold.

FBSchedules.com announced the series via its Twitter account Tuesday afternoon.

Clemson will host the Sooners in the first game of the series on Sept. 15, 2035 at Memorial Stadium while the Tigers will return the favor by playing at Oklahoma Memorial Stadium on Sept. 13, 2036.

According to FBSchedules.com, the home team will pay the visiting team $1 million for each game, and the penalty for breaching the contract will be $2 million.

Clemson and Oklahoma have five times previously and the Tigers hold a 3-2 edge. Clemson most recently defeated the Sooners 37-17 in the 2015 Orange Bowl.

Clemson also has made two adjustments to its 2022 schedule: The Tigers will host Furman on Sept. 10 rather than Sept. 3, as originally scheduled, and the Tigers’ game against Louisiana Tech has been moved up one week from Sept. 24 to Sept. 17.