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Clemson, Oklahoma Agree To Home-And-Home In 2035, 2036

Dabo Swinney, Nick Saban, Lincoln Riley and Brian Kelly with the College Football Playoff trophy.

ATLANTA, GA - December 6: Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban, Oklahoma Head Coach Lincoln Riley, Clemson Head Coach Dabo Swinney and Notre Dame Head Coach Brian Kelly pose with the National Championship Trophy at the College Football Playoff Semifinal Head Coaches News Conference on December 6, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images)

The Clemson Tigers and Oklahoma Sooners have reportedly agreed to a home-and-home football series.

According to a report from FBS Schedules, the two powerhouse programs scheduled the series for the 2035 and 2036 seasons.

FBS Schedules revealed a Freedom of Information Act request into Clemson University showed the two-game contract.

Due to the long-range nature of the schedule, the two teams created language offering flexibility to the agreement.

Here's more from the report:

In the first game of the series, Clemson will host Oklahoma at Memorial Stadium in Clemson, South Carolina, on Sept. 15, 2035. The Tigers will then travel to face the Sooners at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman on Sept. 13, 2036.

The two teams have met five times - three of which took place in the postseason. Oklahoma took home the first two victories, but it's been all Tigers since.

Clemson took home all three postseason games: 13-6 in the 1989 Florida Citrus Bowl, 40-6 in the 2014 Russell Athletic Bowl), and 37-17 in the 2015 Capital One Orange Bowl.

At the time the first game is played Lincoln Riley would be 51 and Dabo Swinney would be 64. It's unlikely both coaches remain at their respective programs for that long, though.

Stay tuned for an official announcement from the programs.