As part of the 2-for-1 agreement announced Saturday between Liberty and the University of Virginia, UVA will pay Liberty a total of $1.2 million for the two games played in Charlottesville on November 10, 2018 and November 23, 2019, according to records obtained from UVA under the Freedom of Information Act.

For the 2018 game, Virginia will pay Liberty $500,000, and for the 2019 game, Virginia will pay Liberty $700,000. As part of the agreement, Liberty will host Virginia on September 11, 2027 at which time the Flames will pay Virginia $150,000. The contract also includes a $1,000,000 buyout for any breach of the agreement. The 2018 game will be the first ever meeting on the gridiron between the Cavaliers and the Flames.

As was reported Monday, Liberty is paying Old Dominion $1.32 million to host the Monarchs on September 1, 2018 in Liberty’s first game as an FBS member.