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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.

September 6, 2014:  Shutting it down and shutting them out
     In the last scheduled game between the top two winningest programs, Notre Dame would walk off victorious.

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.

October 28, 1944:  The Irish get a scare
     For the first time all season, Notre Dame trailed during a game and fought to come back.

October 21, 1944:  The scoreless streak comes to an end
     The starters would jump out to a dominating lead, only to see the reserves end the 15 quarter scoreless streak.

October 7, 1944:  The second straight shutout
     In the first meeting between the Irish and the Green Wave, ND would not allow a point on the board for the second consecutive game of the 1944 season.

November 15, 1969:  The Michigan Rivalry Resumes
     Nine years before the varsities met on the field, Notre Dame and Michigan's freshmen teams played at Notre Dame.

August 30, 2014:  The ProdiGolson Returns
     With Golson returning, the offense has a new element again and Golson carries the team with him.

September 3, 1944:  Notre Dame Monogram Winners at Pearl Harbor
     Six Notre Dame men serving in the Navy would pose for a picture at Pearl Harbor during World War II.

November 30, 1929:  The 100-yard Interception
     Jack Elder's record still stands today.

October 12, 1974:  Rice puts up a fight
     Despite a low score and Ara drawing a pair of flags, the Irish would defeat the Owls for a third time.

October 13, 1973:  Shutting Out the Owls
     Fifty-eight years after their first meeting, Notre Dame again handles the Rice Owls.

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