The University of Notre Dame has announced kickoff times for its six home football games for the 2014 season—as well as for its home-away-from-home game against Purdue at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind.:
|Aug. 30||Rice||3:30 p.m. EDT||NBC|
|Sept. 6||Michigan||7:30 p.m. EDT||NBC|
|Sept. 13||*Purdue||7:30 p.m. EDT||NBC|
|Sept. 27||at Syracuse||TBD||ABC/ESPN|
|Oct. 4||Stanford||3:30 p.m. EDT||NBC|
|Oct. 11||North Carolina||3:30 p.m. EDT||NBC|
|Oct. 18||at Florida State||TBD||ABC/ESPN|
|Nov. 1||vs. Navy||TBD||CBS|
|Nov. 8||at Arizona State||TBD||TBD|
|Nov. 15||Northwestern||3:30 p.m. EST||NBC|
|Nov. 22||Louisville||3:30 p.m. EST||NBC|
|Nov. 29||at USC||TBD||TBD|
*Shamrock Series game
The Irish will play back-to-back night games, kicking off at 7:30 PM EDT, against Michigan (Sept. 6) and Purdue (Sept. 13). The Purdue contest will be played in Indianapolis at Lucas Oil Stadium as part of the sixth annual Shamrock Series weekend. All other home games are slated for 3:30 PM EDT. As in previous years, NBC will air all of Notre Dame’s home games.
Start times for Notre Dame’s five road games have not yet been announced. Contests against Syracuse (Sept. 27) and Florida State (Oct. 18) will be televised on either ABC or ESPN. In 2013, all three of Notre Dame’s regular season road games on ABC/ESPN kicked off in prime-time.
Please note that South Bend observes Eastern time (including DST) all year around. In 2014, daylight time ends and standard time begins on Nov. 2.