FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- A berth in the Discover Orange Bowl will earn Notre Dame $13.75 million -- or only half what an SEC or Big Ten team would receive -- beginning after the 2014 season, sources told ESPN.
The Orange Bowl has signed a 12-year contract, as part of college football's upcoming playoff from 2014-25, matching the ACC champion against the highest available ranked team from the SEC, Big Ten or Notre Dame.
ESPN will pay an average of $55 million annually for the bowl, sources said. If the ACC plays an SEC or Big Ten opponent, both conferences would each receive $27.5 million.
However, if Notre Dame is the ACC's Orange Bowl opponent, the Irish only receive $13.75 million and the ACC $41.25 million.
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