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November11913
The Forward Pass beats Army
Notre Dame showcases the forward pass on the national stage and makes itself known as a legitimate team.
Keywords: football, army, forward pass, jesse harper, amos alonzo stagg, dwight david eisenhower, university of chicago, knute rockne, gus dorais, michigan, penn state, texas, navy, catholics, joe pliska
November271926
Rockne skips the football game
Confident in his team's ability, Coach Rockne decides to stay in Chicago instead of traveling with the team.
Keywords: football, knute rockne, carnegie tech, army, navy, southern cal, beloit
October111930
Alma Mater first played as Stadium is dedicated
As the brand new Notre Dame Stadium is dedicated, a new song is unveiled at halftime by the marching band.
Keywords: alma mater, football, navy, band, notre dame stadium, knute rockne, gk chesterton, frank e hering, joseph casasanta
November101934
The final loss on the season
Notre Dame would control the ball but be unable to score.
Keywords: football, navy, elmer layden, army, southern cal
May61943
SS Knute Rockne launched
In the middle of World War II, a ship named for one of the most famous college football coaches is launched to sea.
Keywords: knute rockne, navy, world war ii
November271943
Champions & Heismans After A Loss
Despite losing their final game of the season, Notre Dame would still be declared the 1943 National Champions. Meanwhile, Angelo Bertelli would win the Heisman Trophy.
Keywords: football, great lakes naval training school, heisman, angelo bertelli, army, navy, iowa pre-flight, michigan, northwestern, georgia tech, purdue, johnny lujack, emil sitko, steve juzwik, pete kelly, mike romano, frank leahy, ara parseghian, leon hart
September31944
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.
Keywords: world war ii, pearl harbor, jack wiethoff, john hickey, ralph vinciguerra, frank leahy, bob faught, ray brancheau, track, baseball, basketball, football, navy
September301944
With key personnel in the war, football continues
World War II takes its toll on the University's enrollment and on the football team's roster.
Keywords: football, pittsburgh, world war ii, great lakes, iowa pre-flight, frank leahy, ed mckeever, navy, angelo bertelli, heisman, marines, southeastern conference, bob kelly, zeke oconnor, tom guthrie, marty wendell, joe gasparella, george terlep
November41944
The first of two academy losses
Notre Dame could not keep up with the wartime Navy team.
Keywords: football, navy, elmer angsman, fred early, boley dancewicz, bob kelly
November111944
A loss for the war effort
The largest deficit a Notre Dame team would incur had a larger impact helping the Allied war effort.
Keywords: football, army, yankee stadium, frank leahy, world war ii, navy, battle of the bulge, armistice day
November251944
Yet another shutout by the defense
The underdog Irish record yet another shutout, this time on the road.
Keywords: football, georgia tech, navy, jim brennan, bob kelly
December21944
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.
Keywords: football, great lakes naval training school, ara parseghian, jim mello, boley dancewicz, bob kelly, navy, zeke oconnor, marty wendell, bill chandler, achille miggioli, ed clasby, mike davlin, art fitzgerald, johnny ray, johnny dee, ralph stewart, john corbisiero, george benigni, ted tannehill, joe westenkircher, rudy krall, emil ladyko, walt krodratovich, ted dorash
November31945
The Only Tie Verse Navy
The 1945 Notre Dame-Navy game was probably the strangest game in the series - who played for which team; the 'incident' regarding ND back Elmer Angsman; and the controversial final moments.
Keywords: football, navy, world war ii, elmer angsman, fred earley, bob kelly, bob van summern, frank ruggerio, holy cross, george ratterman, bill leonard, boley dancewicz, phil colella, frank leahy, army, don mcauliffe
November11958
ND Beats the Heisman Winner
Playing in Baltimore, Notre Dame would beat Navy after losing the two prior years.
Keywords: football, navy, george izo, monte stickles, red mack
October311959
Coaching from the Sidelines
Notre Dame would convert their first ever two-point conversion and win their second in a row against Navy.
Keywords: football, navy, monte stickles, bob scarpitto, bob mccuthan, don white, ray ratkowski, two point conversion, manager
October291960
Navy gets revenge
After the winning the last two, Notre Dame would not muster more than a touchdown against Navy.
Keywords: football, navy, george haffner, jim sherlock, bob scarpitto
December21960
Dr. Dooley writes letter to Fr. Hesburgh
Dr. Tom Dooley would provide much needed healthcare to Southeast Asia. While on his death bed he would write a letter to Father Hesburgh.
Keywords: dr tom dooley, father hesburgh, grotto, alumni association, president kennedy, navy, peace corps
November41961
Navy does it again
Some late game heroics would give Navy another victory in the series.
Keywords: football, navy, daryle lamonica, les travers
November31962
The First Staubach Sighting
The two quarterbacks would duel with ND coming out victorious.
Keywords: football, navy, darlye lamonica
November21963
Roger the Dodger Wins the Game
For a long time (43 years), this game would stand as Navy's last victory in the series.
Keywords: football, navy
October311964
The Streak Begins
John Huarte would beat Navy, win the Heisman, and begin a 43 year victorious streak.
Keywords: football, navy, john haurte, nick eddy, jack snow, heisman, record
October291966
The Immovable Irish Defense
The Irish special teams would give up 7 points, but the defense would continue its season long stalwart effort.
Keywords: football, navy, ara parseghian, john pergine, mike mcgill, oklaoma, jim lynch, defense, special teams, purdue, northwestern, johnny ray, michigan state, rocky bleier
November11969
A Record Setting Offensive Day
Notre Dame would set many offensive records that still stand today in their shutout over Navy.
Keywords: football, navy, joe theismann, tom gatewood, bill etter, tulane, record, drake
November21974
Ara Decides To Hang It Up
When the Navy punter would be the hero, ND hangs on to win but Ara nears the end of his 11-year head coaching career.
Keywords: football, navy, ara parseghian, tom clements, pete demmerle, randy harrison
October32009
Golden Tate flips over for overtime
Nick Tausch and Golden Tate would have record days as Notre Dame broke its own recent streak and continued a recent trend of late game heroics.
Keywords: football, washington, golden tate, tyrone willingham, tulane, drake, depauw, pittsburgh, navy, michigan state, nick tausch, jimmy clausen, armando allen, record, robert hughes, overtime, charlie weis
September12012
Notre Dame returns to Ireland
Kicking off the 2012 season in Dublin, Notre Dame comes home with a win to fans' delight.
Keywords: football, navy, dublin, 125th season, tokyo, miami, band, florida state, champs sports bowl, tommy rees, everett golson, andrew hendrix, stephon tuitt, theo riddick, george atkinson, tyler eifert, manti teo, robby toma, nick tausch
September82012
Irish return to native soil
In the 125th Home Opener, Notre Dame would shake off the jet lag and take care of Purdue - improving to 2-0.
Keywords: football, purdue, dublin, tommy rees, everett golson, navy, kyle brindza, nick tausch, troy niklas, davarius daniels, theo riddick, tyler eifert, tj jones, brian kelly, bennett jackson, michigan state, 125th season
September62014
Shutting it down and shutting them out
In the last scheduled game between the top two winningest programs, Notre Dame would walk off victorious.
Keywords: football, michigan, night game, texas, navy, iowa, oklahoma, nebraska, ohio state, cam mcdaniel, corey robinson, amir carlisle, everett golson, will fuller, max redfield, cody riggs, kyle brindza, malik zaire, elijah shumate, brian kelly, brian van gorder