Temple Schedules Three-game Football Series with Notre Dame

TempleNotre DameThe Temple Owls and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish have scheduled a three-game football series beginning with the 2014 season, Temple announced Thursday afternoon.

Notre Dame will make its first ever appearance at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia on October 11, 2014 in the first game of the series. The match up will mark the first game between the schools. Temple will visit Notre Dame Stadium on September 26, 2015 in the second game of the series.

The third and final game will be at Notre Dame Stadium with the date to be determined.

With the addition of Notre Dame to Temple’s future football schedules, the 2014 and 2015 non-conference schedules are now complete.

In 2014, the Owls will play at Penn State (8/30) and host Navy (9/6), Maryland (9/20) and Notre Dame (10/11). In 2015, the Owls will travel to Rutgers (9/12), Notre Dame (9/26) and Navy (10/31) and will host Penn State (9/17).

Notre Dame now has eight games scheduled for 2014 with road games against Navy (date TBA), vs. Syracuse at the New Meadowlands (9/27), Temple (10/11), Arizona State (10/11) and USC (11/29). Notre Dame currently has home games vs. Purdue (9/13), Michigan (9/20) and Pitt (11/8).

For 2015, Notre Dame will host Texas (9/5), Temple (9/26), Wake Forest (11/7), Syracuse (11/21) and USC. The Irish will visit Purdue (9/19), Pitt (11/14), Boston College, Michigan and Oklahoma.

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10 Comments to Temple Schedules Three-game Football Series with Notre Dame

  1. David Alcorn

    Looks like some tweeking to be done. Both are scheduled to play Navy on 9/6/14.

  2. Jinzo

    Good to see Temple football rebound a bit…think Golden should have stayed….

    Army would be a natural for the MAC…

  3. Evan

    I agree, Army would be a good fit for the MAC

  4. greg

    notre dame is trash

    • Nick

      Watch out this year for Notre Dame. They have a good chance to be the sleepers of 2011

    • Jinzo

      I think you’re right…..Norte Dame will be a much better team this year. They’re getting good players again and after the first 4 games,the schedules have been a bit softer outside USC…

  5. justin

    i think Army is good enough to play in the MAC

  6. Nick

    Army can give ANY team in the MAC a run for their money. Even Nortern Illinois and Miami of Ohio.

  7. justin

    oh yeah for sure