Notre Dame Football Rivalries
Though natural rivals as the two most prominent Catholic colleges playing Big Time Football, it took quite a while for the Boston College-Notre Dame series to take root. Part of ...
Pitt first appeared on Notre Dame’s schedule in 1909. The rivalry was a natural. Relative proximity. Same independent status. Further, as Western Pennsylvania became settled with immigrants destined to work ...
College football’s longest, richest and most influential intersectional rivalry is nearing 90 years of excellence in intersectional football.
The rivalry between Notre Dame and Navy goes far beyond the football field. Learn all about the unique nature of this historic rivalry.
When unbeaten Notre Dame entertains unbeaten Georgia Tech on September 19th it will mark the first ACC version of a short, but intriguing, football series.
When old friend Charley Strong leads his Longhorns onto the field at Notre Dame Stadium, it will be the 11th time Texas and Notre Dame have played. The series had ...
The UHND.com rivalry series continues. This week, we look at Army.
Some rivalries are noteworthy because of their length. But some are noteworthy for their animosity.
Notre Dame first played instate rival Purdue in 1896, and played the Boilermakers annually from 1946 to the Shamrock Series game in Indianapolis in 2014.
Just ten years after its first game, Notre Dame reached out to Michigan State and began playing the Spartans in 1897.
The Notre Dame-Michigan series has been historic, strange, dramatic, oft-disrupted and filled with dysfunctionality.