October 3, 1914: Without Rockne and Dorais, the team still wins
In a new year and a new team, Harper would continue his winning ways.
December 8, 1934: Getting the other important win - Southern Cal
Elmer Layden would not show any favoritism and finally play his younger brother, in a victory of Southern Cal.
November 24, 1934: Shutting down the Cadets
In the annual Yankee Stadium game against Army, Notre Dame would win the third straight against the Cadets.
November 17, 1934: A little trickeration for the win
In a play similar to "coach, we've got the wrong ball", Notre Dame would emerge victorious.
November 10, 1934: The final loss on the season
Notre Dame would control the ball but be unable to score.
November 3, 1934: A dismal loss for the Irish
Pitt would have Notre Dame's number for the third straight year.
October 27, 1934: Winning in the rain again
In the fourth straight home game, and home finale, ND would struggle against Wisconsin.
October 20, 1934: Revenge against Carnegie Tech
In the rain, a small crowd would watch the Irish to victory.
October 13, 1934: Playing against another alum
For the second week in a row, the Irish would play a familiar face. This time with a different outcome.
October 6, 1934: A loss to start the season under new coach Layden
With a new coach and a new season, Notre Dame would welcome alum Jack Chevigny and the Longhorns to South Bend.
December 2, 1944: Revenge against Great Lakes
The loss to Great Lakes NTS in 1943 did not stop ND from winning the championship. The Irish would not let the same outcome occur a second year in a row.
November 25, 1944: Yet another shutout by the defense
The underdog Irish record yet another shutout, this time on the road.
November 18, 1944: The defense shuts out Northwestern
Despite two lopsided loses, the team rebounds to prior form and shuts down the Wildcats.
November 4, 1944: The first of two academy losses
Notre Dame could not keep up with the wartime Navy team.
September 9, 1978: Just Kick the Ball!
Notre Dame had many opportunities to go for a field goal, but only tried once. That would prove to be a mistake.