The classic Notre Dame-Army game may be coming back to life. Reports are saying the rivalry could continue in 2013.
Both sides are working on getting the series resumed, with the possibility of the game to be played at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, NY. This, of course, was the location of the previous game between the 2 teams in 2010, where Notre Dame won 27-3.
Army’s Athletic Director, Boo Corrigan, said that the game is getting closer and closer to being finalized.
“We’re working through details with the University of Notre Dame on a series,” Corrigan said. “It’s coming in the future. We’re excited about a series that we are going to play with them.” -Times Herald-Record
Corrigan, graduated from Notre Dame in 1990 and later spent 5 years as an associate Athletic Director there, was hired as Army’s Athletic Director in 2011.
Notre Dame has not officially released its 2013 schedule yet, as it is school policy not to announce football slates until the entire season’s games are finalized. The Irish do have a previously announced game against Arizona State at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Do you like the idea of Notre Dame playing Army? Is this good for the future of the Irish schedule?