2015 Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football Schedule

Record: 10-3
Date   Opponent Time/TV Tickets
Sep. 5
Longhorns Texas Longhorns
Notre Dame Stadium, Notre Dame, IN
Won 38-3
Sep. 12
Cavaliers at Virginia Cavaliers
Scott Stadium, Charlottesville, VA
Won 34-27
Sep. 19
Yellow Jackets Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Notre Dame Stadium, Notre Dame, IN
Won 30-22
Sep. 26
Minutemen UMass Minutemen
Notre Dame Stadium, Notre Dame, IN
Won 62-27
Oct. 3
Tigers at Clemson Tigers
Memorial Stadium, Clemson, SC
Lost 24-22
Oct. 10
Midshipmen Navy Midshipmen
Notre Dame Stadium, Notre Dame, IN
Won 41-24
Oct. 17
Trojans USC Trojans
Notre Dame Stadium, Notre Dame, IN
Won 41-31
Oct. 24
Open Date
Oct. 31
Owls at Temple Owls
Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA
Won 24-20
Nov. 7
Panthers at Pittsburgh Panthers
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA
Won 42-30
Nov. 14
Demon Deacons Wake Forest Demon Deacons
Notre Dame Stadium, Notre Dame, IN
Won 28-7
Nov. 21
Eagles Boston College Eagles (Shamrock Series)
Fenway Park, Boston, MA
Won 19-16
Nov. 28
Cardinal at Stanford Cardinal
Stanford Stadium, Stanford, CA
Lost 38-36
2016 BattleFrog Fiesta Bowl
Jan. 1
Buckeyes Ohio State Buckeyes
U. of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZ
Lost 44-28

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    1. Lenna
      December 22, 2016 at 8:44 pm

      RES, since you can’t address the points I’ve made you resort to the liberal tricks of calling opponents to illegal immigration &#cts0;ra8i22s, nazis”. I’m stating facts, you are a liberal hoping to give all your possessions to people of color to assuage your liberal white guilt. Alex

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    Bowling Green to play at Notre Dame in 2019

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    1. lost in Va.
      September 30, 2016 at 3:10 pm

      The way ND is playing, they need more MAC/Sun Belt teams on their future schedules…..why don’t they invite N. Dakota State?

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    Toledo to play at Notre Dame in 2021

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    1. arn
      September 19, 2016 at 12:37 pm

      This is all sorts of awesome for Rocket fans!

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    1. Maverick
      August 12, 2016 at 7:49 pm

      Could it be the ACC is gearing up for 9 conference games?

      • gator HATER!
        August 13, 2016 at 12:12 am

        Once again post after post since it is not an SEC team Maverick has nothing negative to say. If this was Tennessee. Ole Miss or Arkansas the rants would be epic.If you look at Tech’s past schedules they are horrible! No slight aimed at BGSU a fine football school, I just want to point out SEC bias from the likes of Maverick and Jinzo.

      • Maverick
        August 13, 2016 at 2:07 pm

        The ACC just had a huge meeting to discuss their future schedule. They have a binary choice between an 8+2 model (8 conference games and 2 non conference power 5 games) or a 9+1 model (9 conference games and 1 non conference). The change is already in place when they start their new tv deal with ESPN and the ACC network… Once again, it’s a stupid argument by an SEC apologist.

      • Blatz
        August 13, 2016 at 5:31 pm

        Having two scheduling models to choose from might make scheduling more complex for some ACC programs. ndeed some ACC programs have OOC rivalries (FlaSt-Fla, GT-Geo, Clem-SC, Louv-Ky, and Pitt is establishing rotating OOC rivalry with Penn St & WV). Whereas some don’t. And some ACC programs have ‘natural’ cross division rivalries and some don’t. And then there is the added complexity of scheduling ND to five games per season. If each program has the flexibility to play either 8 or 9 conference games, it will be difficult for ACC programs to know what the other ACC programs is doing, or is available or interested. Balancing out scheduling home vs road conference games as well as the strength of schedule will be difficult. ACC programs will need to get ahead of the curve in future scheduling and the ACC office will have to be super involved in helping to manage the scheduling process, helping to balance the strength of schedule throughout the conference, But I assume the ACC schools were accepting of the added scheduling complexity when the ACC made an agreement with ND. With that said I applaud moving in the right direction. Only if the SEC had similar will power,

        I prefer how the Pac12 schedules their 9 game schedule, rotating 5 home games one year to 4 home games the following year. And rotating not playing two cross division programs for two years in a row. However the Pac12 arrangement often results in an an unbalanced SOS (eg the PNW schools get to play either USC or UCLA in the same year, not both).

        SEC scheduling remains in the dark ages.

    2. Blatz
      August 13, 2016 at 4:30 am

      The SEC are afraid to go to nine conference games. The SEC hierarchy is unwilling to travel outside of their region (as often as the other guys) and are addicted to the neutral site games and the home games against the SunBelt and FCS way too much for that to happen.

      • Day
        August 14, 2016 at 7:32 am


        You just sound like someone else who comes on here complaining about nonsense with the SEC, no reason even to comment. Please look at past & future schedules of the SEC traveling outside they’re region, neutral games bring in large amounts of money, that’s why they are so popular & yes, I am pretty sure the SEC is very afraid to go to 9 games in there conference because that’s all it’s about is being afraid….please!

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