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February 26, 2015:  Fr. Hesburgh Passes Away
     At the age of 97, President Emeritus Fr. Theodore Hesburgh passed away at Holy Cross House.

December 11, 1976:  The first nonconference loss at Pauley Pavilion for UCLA
     UCLA would lose a nonconference game for the first time at Pauley Pavilion, making their record 115-1.

December 11, 1973:  Digger gets revenge against Bob Knight
     After getting embarrassed two years earlier, Digger's team would win on the road at #3 Indiana.

December 11, 1979:  ND takes down UCLA
     Without senior Bill Hanzlik, Notre Dame would seal the game late to win.

February 22, 1981:  Woolridge takes down the Cavaliers
     Notre Dame. Digger Phelps. #1 Ranked Opponent. You know how it ends.

October 7, 2000:  Urban Meyer calls the offensive plays
     Urban Meyer would script a series of plays that allowed Notre Dame to quickly march down the field and score against Stanford.

January 7, 2012:  The first (and only) win at Louisville
     ND would improve their record to 1-11 on the road against Louisville.

January 5, 2015:  A Milestone Win
     ND improves to 15-1, 3-0 in conference by defeating North Carolina on the road.

December 11, 1968:  The first win inside the ACC
     Despite losing to UCLA earlier, ND would get their first win in the new arena.

January 2, 2015:  New Year! New Site!
     We've been working behind the scenes to update our page. Check it out!

October 9, 1943:  ND's Second Win Over Michigan Comes from the Longest Quarter
     In a battle of #1 verse #2, Notre Dame would enter Michigan Stadium for the first time since 1909.

October 4, 2014:  Weathering the Storm to Survive
     On a day that saw half of the top ten lose, Notre Dame would come back in the final minutes to stay undefeated.

September 27, 2014:  The Two Sides of the Golson Coin
     With forty minutes of excellence and twenty minutes of futility, ND would overcome their mistakes and win the game.

November 26, 1914:  Notre Dame defeats another eastern power
     Ray Eichenlaub would be back to full strength and be a force on both sides of the ball.

November 14, 1914:  Another win verse the Indian Universities
     After defeating Haskell, Notre Dame would take down Pop Warner's Carlisle Indian School squad.

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