When news broke on Tuesday that Georgia and Clemson had agreed to play a game against Clemson in Charlotte in 2021, people were understandably excited.

But, a quick look at Georgia and Clemson’s 2021 nonconference schedules showed that both teams already had full slates.

Now, according to a report on Tuesday night, Georgia has agreed to buy out a game against San Jose State. The payout? A cool $1.8 million:

Obviously, that’s a ton of money to send a school that you won’t even be playing, but Georgia’s athletic department has been raking in the cash recently.

Plus, this game against Clemson will probably be worth a lot more when all is said and done.