Colorado and Tennessee will play in the first Disneyland Pigskin Classic football game Aug. 26 at Anaheim Stadium.
Sources from both schools and the Orange County Sports Assn. confirmed the matchup, which will be announced at a news conference today at Disneyland.
Each team is guaranteed $550,000 and 25% of the profits after expenses. Although a television contract has not been signed, Orange County Sports Assn. officials have been negotiating with Raycom.
Colorado, which finished 11-1, was ranked No. 4 in the nation. Tennessee, also 11-1, was fifth. Colorado lost to Notre Dame in the Orange Bowl, 21-6. Tennessee beat Arkansas in the Cotton Bowl, 31-27.