October 18, 1924: Adam Walsh and his two broken hands -Olson
Trying to outsmart the Cadets, Adam Walsh would end up with two broken hands.
October 24, 1964: The Defensive Stalwart -Olson
The Irish Defense would have their way with the Indians and push Stanford around all day.
October 26, 1963: Stanford's First Victory -Olson
After beating Southern Cal and UCLA in the prior two games, Notre Dame looked for their third consecutive win over a school in California (guess the title gives away the outcome however).
October 10, 1942: The "T" Formation -Olson
Leahy would do away with Rockne's famed Box Formation and introduce the new T Formation.
January 1, 1925: ND's First Bowl Game - The Rose Bowl -Olson
Following a multiweek trip out west, Rockne's undefeated team would play in their first (and only) Rose Bowl Game.
November 3, 1945: The Only Tie Verse Navy -Olson
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.
November 2, 1974: Ara Decides To Hang It Up -Olson
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.
November 1, 1969: A Record Setting Offensive Day -Olson
Notre Dame would set many offensive records that still stand today in their shutout over Navy.
October 29, 1966: The Immovable Irish Defense -Olson
The Irish special teams would give up 7 points, but the defense would continue its season long stalwart effort.
October 31, 1964: The Streak Begins -Olson
John Huarte would beat Navy, win the Heisman, and begin a 43 year victorious streak.
November 2, 1963: Roger the Dodger Wins the Game -Olson
For a long time (43 years), this game would stand as Navy's last victory in the series.
November 3, 1962: The First Staubach Sighting -Olson
The two quarterbacks would duel with ND coming out victorious.
November 4, 1961: Navy does it again -Olson
Some late game heroics would give Navy another victory in the series.
October 29, 1960: Navy gets revenge -Olson
After the winning the last two, Notre Dame would not muster more than a touchdown against Navy.
October 31, 1959: Coaching from the Sidelines -Olson
Notre Dame would convert their first ever two-point conversion and win their second in a row against Navy.