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Notre Dame vs Michigan: October 26, 2019

Photo courtesy of Notre Dame Athletics

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – One of the biggest games of the season is underway with the rivalry between Notre Dame and Michigan continuing Saturday in Ann Arbor.

The Irish are coming off of a bye week against the Wolverines, playing against what is likely to be Notre Dame’s last ranked opponent of the season.

The eighth-ranked Irish are 5-1 as they head into Saturday night with the 19th ranked Wolverines at 5-2.

Michigan lost last week’s game to Penn State, but Notre Dame has struggled with night games this season.

Both teams have plans in place to turn the tide in their favor, but the rivalry is guaranteed to make for an exciting game no matter what.

Scoring Updates/Final Score:

Michigan scores in the First Quarter with a 21-yard field goal from Jake Moody. Wolverines are up 0-3. 

Michigan's Zach Charbonnet scores with a 7-yard run in the Second Quarter. Wolverines still lead 0-10. 

Charbonnet scores again with a single yard run. Michigan still leads 0-17.

Notre Dame finally scores in the Third Quarter with a 7-yard pass from Ian Book to Cole Kmet. Wolverines still lead 7-17. 

Michigan scores an 8-yard pass from Shea Patterson to Donovan Peoples-Jones. Michigan is up 7-24. 

The Wolverines score once again in the Fourth Quarter with an impressive 17-yard pass from Shea Patterson to Nico Collins. Michigan still leads 7-31. 

Michigan continues to dominate the field with 27-yard run from Tru Wilson. Wolverines are up 7-38. 

Michigan's Dylan McCaffrey passes 26-yards to Mike Sainristill for the touchdown. Michigan still leads 7-45. 

Notre Dame scores at the bottom of the Fourth Quarter with a 14-yard pass from Phil Jurkovec to Javon McKinley. Irish are up 14-45. 

Michigan wins the game against Notre Dame 14-45. Notre Dame is now 5-2. 

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SteveWestlake 18 days ago
The slaughter at Ann Arbor. Hope Kelly doesn't give us the same OLD crap about how he and his staff did NOT prepare for the maize and blue!
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