January 22, 2015
From the beginning, Notre Dame has never let convention limit our dreams. Especially when there’s an opportunity for bold action.
The Campus Crossroads Project is a chance to maximize the potential of one of the most recognizable and centrally located buildings on campus: Notre Dame Stadium. Our commitment to providing an unsurpassed undergraduate experience drives this plan to bring academics, athletics, and student life together.
More than 750,000 square feet of teaching, research, and performance space. Student life and recreation facilities. Cutting-edge digital media resources. An enhanced gameday experience. The largest building project in our history. This is how Notre Dame plans to awaken a sleeping giant and infuse it with life and learning every day of the year. This is our unconventional dream.
Visit crossroads.nd.edu for more information.
December 31, 2014
Late Field Goal Lifts Notre Dame Over No. 22 LSU, 31-28
The Fighting Irish ended the 2014 season with some good vibes and grabbed some much-needed momentum heading into 2015 with a 31-28 victory over LSU in the Music City Bowl in Nashville, Tenn.
Notre Dame marched down the field with relative ease, and Kyle Brindza kicked a 32-yard field goal with no time left on the clock to lift the Irish to a 31-28 win before a crowd of 60,419 at LP Field. Beating a Southeastern Conference team in southern territory only made it that much sweeter.
“This was a matchup that we had wanted at Notre Dame, and I know LSU felt the same way,” Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly said. “We wanted to be challenged. We were disappointed in the way we played obviously at the end of the year, and our guys wanted the opportunity to finish the season the right way.”
December 18, 2014
For the first time in history, the Fighting Irish are heading to the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl.
Notre Dame (7-5) is slated to take on Southeastern Conference representative, LSU (8-4), at 3 p.m. EST on Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014 at LP Field, home of the NFL Tennessee Titans, in Nashville, Tennessee. Ticket sales are approaching 55,000, and we know many of our Irish fans will be making the trip to Nashville. We are here to make sure you have all of the information you need before arriving in Music City.
Know It All
You can also have all bowl information at your fingertips by downloading the new Music City Bowl App. It will have the most up-to-date information on the game and surrounding events. The app can be found by searching “Music City Bowl” on the App store or Google Play.
If you have questions, feel free to contact the Music City Bowl directly at Generalinfo@nashvillesports.com or by phone at 615-743-3130.
And be sure to head over to Notre Dame Bowl Central for exclusive bowl features, stats, records, and more!