- The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsOct 08 12:44 PM
Navy (4-0) at No. 15 Notre Dame (4-1), 3:30 p.m. (NBC)
- New York TimesOct 08 01:11 PM
- ESPN BlogsOct 08 10:16 AM
Notre Dame looks to stop yet another triple-option test in Navy
- New York PostOct 07 07:47 PM
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- Notre Dame AthleticsOct 06 11:58 AM
89th meeting between respectful rivals set for Saturday at 3:30 p.m. EDT as Notre Dame and Navy face off live on NBC.
- Bleacher ReportOct 05 01:52 PM
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Self-inflicted wounds spelled doom for Notre Dame football in Saturday’s 24-22 loss to Clemson, but the Irish must quickly regroup, as Navy is coming to South Bend on Saturday for the latest edition of a longstanding series oozing with mutual respect . Notre Dame, now 4-1 this season, dropped nine spots to No. 15 in both the Associated Press and Amway Coaches polls. “You can’t...
- NBC Sports: Inside the IrishOct 08 10:49 PM
Charles Lindbergh flew across the Atlantic. Work began on Mount Rushmore. The Jazz Singer ended the silent film era. Babe Ruth hit 60 home runs. And Notre Dame played Navy in football for the first time. The Irish won that contest 19-6, and the two teams have played every year since then. So much has […]
- Bleacher ReportOct 06 07:11 AM
Notre Dame once beat Navy 43 times in a row and owns a four-game winning streak in the series, but the Midshipmen have had their moments recently against the Irish, winning three of the last eight meetings straight up and going 5-3 against the spread in the process. Navy shoots for another upset of Notre Dame Saturday afternoon in South Bend . Point spread: The Fighting Irish opened as 16 ...
- Fox SportsOct 06 03:10 PM
(AP) - Coach Brian Kelly hopes No. 15 Notre Dame still has a shot at the College Football Playoff if the Fighting Irish win the rest of their games.
- WNDU 16 South BendOct 03 05:15 PM
Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds ran for 117 of his 183 yards in the first half and the Midshipmen began their quest to reclaim the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy with a 33-11 victory over Air Force on Saturday.