|Date||Opponent / Event||Location||Time / Result|
|09/05/15||vs. Texas||Notre Dame, Ind.||7:30 p.m. ET|
|09/12/15||at Virginia||Charlottesville, Va.||3:30 p.m. ET|
|09/19/15||vs. Georgia Tech||Notre Dame, Ind.||3:30 p.m. ET|
|09/26/15||vs. Massachusetts||Notre Dame, Ind.||3:30 p.m. ET|
|10/03/15||at Clemson||Clemson, S.C.||TBA|
|10/10/15||vs. Navy||Notre Dame, Ind.||3:30 p.m. ET|
|10/17/15||vs. USC||Notre Dame, Ind.||7:30 p.m. ET|
|10/31/15||at Temple||Philadelphia, Pa.|
(Lincoln Financial Field)
|11/07/15||at Pittsburgh||Pittsburgh, Pa.||TBA|
|11/14/15||vs. Wake Forest||Notre Dame, Ind.||3:30 p.m. ET|
|11/21/15||vs. Boston College||Boston, Mass.|
|7:30 p.m. ET|
|11/28/15||at Stanford||Stanford, Calif.||TBA|
FB: Top Plays - Practice In The Stadium
Aug 23, 2015
Check out the Top Plays from practice in Notre Dame Stadium on Friday, Aug. 21. To mark the end of 'training camp' (Notre Dame starts classes on Tuesday) the team swapped numbers at several different positions. In an effort to not misidentify a student-athlete, there are no play identifiers in today's Top Plays.
Preseason Practice Update - August 21
Thousands of freshmen and their families descended on South Bend Friday as the Class of 2019 moved into dormitories. Their road has just begun. Conversely, the first stage of the 2015 Notre Dame football season, preseason camp, came to an end on Friday with a two-hour practice session inside Notre Dame Stadium which featured extensive scrimmaging.
Head coach Brian Kelly met with the media after the practice and praised his team's performance in camp. The Irish came out of the intense two-weeks with relatively few injuries and an ample amount of competition for playing roles. Most notably, Kelly said that the tight end depth is such that the team may use three tight end sets in 2015.
The team has Saturday off and then settles into a standard game-week routine on Sunday ahead of the first week of classes. The highly-anticipated home opener against Texas lies just two weeks away.
Irish Extra: Football 101
Event brings out the best in everyone involved
June 30, 2015
A line of 600 women wearing brilliant pink Fighting Irish t-shirts and a kaleidoscope of blue, gold and green Irish football jerseys stretched from the stately brick and wrought-iron gate of the University of Notre Dame's LaBar Practice Field, winding along Leahy Drive down toward Alumni Stadium.
Football 101, one of the crown jewels of charitable events in the South Bend area, was about to kickoff.
The event is part of the Kelly Cares Foundation, which was founded by Fighting Irish football coach Brian Kelly and his wife, Paqui, and has been a major player in benefiting breast cancer prevention, awareness and early detection.
"What is most important is that we've raised a half a million dollars over the last five years that have gone right back into breast cancer research," Brian Kelly said on a perfect Tuesday night as the cheerful crowd started to gather on the practice field to sample appetizers from top local restaurants.
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