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October131934
Playing against another alum
For the second week in a row, the Irish would play a familiar face. This time with a different outcome.
Keywords: football, purdue, nobel kizer, george melinovich, fred carideo, mike layden
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
November71949
One Game in Two Stadiums
The Notre Dame B team would play a single game, on two different fields.
Keywords: junior varsity football, purdue, cartier field, notre dame stadium, george dickson, world war ii, bronze star, purple heart, paul hornung, vince lombardi
October71950
Purdue plays the giant killer
#1 Notre Dame came into this game riding a 39 game unbeaten streak dating back to 1946 and put it all the line against unranked Purdue.
Keywords: football, purdue, streak, great lakes, hugh devore, yankee stadium, army, southern cal, frank leahy, game of the century, north carolina, class of 1950, leon hart, heisman
December101960
Tau Beta Pi chartered
The second oldest honor society in the United States grants a charter to Notre Dame, the third chapter in Indiana.
Keywords: tau beta pi, engineering, honor society, purdue, rose-hulman
September241966
Jim Seymour's record day
Two guys in the first game of their careers would make an immediate impact and make themselves known to all.
Keywords: football, purdue, jim seymour, terry hanratty, ara parseghian, tom pagna, record, rhema mcknight
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
November191966
Game of the Century III: Michigan State
#1 Notre Dame would travel to #2 Michigan State for a matchup that had been circled on everyone's calendar.
Keywords: football, michigan state, ara parseghian, tie, one versus two, game of the century, purdue, southern cal, nick eddy, terry hanratty, coley obrien, joe azzaro, tom schoen
September301967
Hanratty slings it around
Terry Hanratty would throw the ball more than ever before. And more than anyone else since.
Keywords: football, purdue, terry hanratty, brady quinn, michigan state
November301968
The highest rated ABC game
The past two games looked at Notre Dame setting records and making record comebacks. Today's game set a record not on the field, but in homes around the country.
Keywords: football, southern cal, ara parseghian, terry hanratty, joe theismann, oklahoma, purdue, texas, cotton bowl, coley obrien, scott hempel, bob gladieux, ron dushney
March31972
King Kersten elected Student Body President
Long live the King! Robert Kersten's reign as Student Body President began today alongside his unusual running mate.
Keywords: purdue, king kersten, student government, zahm, robert calhoun kersten, st joseph lake, cavanaugh, walsh
September151975
Devine's First Game
For the second season in a row, Notre Dame started the season on a Monday night.
Keywords: football, dan devine, boston college, purdue, jim browner, georgia tech, foxboro, ross browner, willie fry, luther bradley, al hunter, danny knott, steve niehaus, jim stock, bob golic, jim browner, jerome heavens, joe restic, tony brantley, rick slager, tom clements, joe montana, steve quehl, ted burgmeier, ernie hughes, art best, mark mclane, randy harrison
September112001
9/11
Campus came together, stood as one on South Quad and brought everyone through the day.
Keywords: 9/11, father jenkins, monk malloy, purdue, michigan state, blue mass, muffet mcgraw, mike brey, south quad
September292001
The first 0-3 start
This is one of those bad records, for the first time in 114 seasons Notre Dame would start 0-3.
Keywords: football, bob davie, charlie weis, texas a&m, gerry faust, joe kuharich, nebraska, michigan state, oklahoma, missouri, purdue, hugh devore, southern cal, pittsburgh, ucla
September72002
Winning Without An Offense
Willingham would begin his career at Notre Dame with a 2-0 record.
Keywords: football, purdue, ty willingham, gerome sapp, lionel bolen, vontez duff
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
October272012
The Irish Storm Norman
Looking to match the 2002 opening streak, Notre Dame traveled to historic Norman in a battle between two of college football's legendary teams.
Keywords: football, oklahoma, bob stoops, george atkinson, gameday, landry jones, everett golson, blake bell, tommy rees, tyler eifert, john goodman, chris brown, dan fox, manti teo, prince shembo, band, louis nix, purdue, michigan state, michigan, miami, stanford, brigham young
May272013
A Memorial Day tribute: ND football players who died in WWII
As a salute to Memorial Day, numerous Notre Dame athletes and alumni served in the armed forces in both World War I and World War II. Today, the 18 football players who sacrificed their lives for our freedom are remembered.
Keywords: football, memorial day, hercules boreolos, george birmingham, harold borer, jack chevigny, tom creevy, louis curran, frank cusick, ted dorosh, norb ellrott, allen elward jr, vince harrington, wayne johnston, john mcginnis, george murphy, martin oreilly, howard petschel, robert callahan, arnold mcinerney, knute rockne, world war ii, world war i, yankee stadium, army, texas, track team, shot put, emil sitko, george gipp, hunk anderson, iwo jima, bob dove, purdue, marquette, okinawa, john murphy, hering award, francis pieri
September142013
Coming Back in West Lafayette
For the second time in two years, Notre Dame would come back from a double digit deficit to win the game. Quick quiz: which game did ND win in 2012 after trailing by 10+?
Keywords: football, purdue, michigan, tommy rees, amir carlisle, cam mcdaniel, davaris daniels, bennett jackson
September282013
Boomer Sooner goes the dynamite
With the stadium calling for a "Green Out", Oklahoma would notch their second ever victory against Notre Dame. Coincidentally, both wins would come in South Bend. Here's our take on what worked and what didn't.
Keywords: football, oklahoma, andrew hendrix, tommy rees, brian kelly, george atkinson iii, amir carlisle, davaris daniels, troy niklas, tj jones, corey robinson, tarean folston, ben koyack, purdue, michigan, michigan state, arizona state, everett golson, southern cal, stanford, brady quinn, kansas state
September132014
Shamrock Series: Hoosier Edition
Two schools from Indiana would meet in the state capital for the 2014 edition of the Shamrock Series. Purdue would be a pest again, but Notre Dame remains perfect in Shamrock Series games.
Keywords: football, purdue, shamrock series, lucas oil stadium, indianapolis, hoosier dome, tim brown, amir carlisle, everett golson, tarean folston, william fuller, kyle brindza, greg bryant, max redfield, ben koyack, corey robinson, cam mcdaniel, john carney, jaylon smith, joe schmidt, nicky baratti, cole luke, devin butler, brian kelly, washington state