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Notre Dame dominates Michigan from start to finish, 31-0

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BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

“There’s no question, I would be lying if to tell you that it doesn’t feel great to shut out Michigan 31-0,” said Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly.

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As it happened: Live blog of Notre Dame's historic win over Michigan

BY DAILY FOOTBALL BEAT

In the last scheduled game for many years, Michigan lost to Notre Dame in South Bend.

  • STORY:Irish rout Wolverines, 31-0
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    The top-5 games in the Michigan-Notre Dame rivalry

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    BY GREG GARNO

    The Daily has been covering the rivalry since 1920 and we broke down the best five games in the storied history.

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    Two years after letter to Brandon, final game arrives

    Paul Sherman/Daily

    BY MAX COHEN

    This week, both coaches have noticeably avoided creating more drama.

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    Breakdown: Offenses will steal the show in South Bend

    Paul Sherman/Daily

    BY ALEXA DETTELBACH

    But the home team has won the matchup the last three years, and the Wolverines have a difficult task ahead.

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    In Golson, Michigan prepares for another dual-threat

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    BY GREG GARNO

    Golson returns this season with the same speed that exposed defenses last season and a strong arm that will test the Michigan football team’s secondary.

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    Notebook: Brady Hoke refuses to talk about injuries

    Paul Sherman/Daily

    BY GREG GARNO

    Asked about that status of senior linebacker Desmond Morgan, who is now in a rotation for his position after starting last season, Hoke didn’t discuss his status.

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    Familiar goodbye: Once again, behemoth programs bid farewell (or not)

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    BY ALEJANDRO ZúñIGA

    No matter how you feel about the drama, remember two things: Michigan and Notre Dame have almost always been at odds, and this isn’t the first time the rivalry has been put on hold.

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    With the Notre Dame fight song in their heads, running backs understand the stakes

    Paul Sherman/Daily

    BY MAX COHEN

    “The coaches said they play it all the time when we’re there, so they just want us to get used to it and not let it bother us,” said sophomore running back De’Veon Smith.

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    Michigan football: The good, the bad, the ugly

    Ruby Wallau/Daily

    BY ALEXA DETTELBACH AND MAX COHEN

    This week, Michigan routed Appalachian State, 52-14, a redemption game from 2007’s upset loss.

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