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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.

November 27, 1915:  Winning the state of Texas
     Notre Dame would take the train down to Texas for two games and came home with two victories.

August 27, 1977:  The Observer Starts The Year
     A new school year begins with construction still under way.

May 10, 2014:  2014 NFL Draft Rounds 4-7
     Three more Notre Dame players would be drafted to bring the total to eight players, the most since 1994.

May 9, 2014:  2014 NFL Draft Rounds 2 & 3
     With four players drafted today, ND would win the race to having five players drafted.

May 8, 2014:  2014 NFL Draft Round 1
     Zack Martin would become Notre Dame's 64th first-round pick.

October 14, 1967:  Turnovers plague the Irish
     Notre Dame would turn the ball over nine times and lose for the last time in 1967.

September 30, 1967:  Hanratty slings it around
     Terry Hanratty would throw the ball more than ever before. And more than anyone else since.

March 22, 2014:  National Championship and American Record
     Reaney would swim even faster than before and bring home the first individual championship.

March 24, 2014:  New Longest Win Streak
     The women's basketball team has won more games in a row than any team at ND.

March 22, 2014:  Softball cancelled due to...cold
     The ACC has some funny rules.

March 8, 2014:  New Longest WBB Win Streak
     The women surpass their win streak set just a year earlier.

March 14, 1970:  Many Records Set in the Loss
     Notre Dame finished with a 21-8 record, but set 7 NCAA records in the loss.

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