Kickoff Times for Home Games Announced

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February 12, 2009FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

2009 HOME FOOTBALL KICKOFFS

NOTRE DAME, Ind.– The University of Notre Dame has announced kickoff times for its seven home football games for the 2009 season, as well as for the off-site home game in San Antonio:

DateOpponent Time Television

Sept. 5 NEVADA 3:30

p.m. EDT NBC

national

Sept. 19 MICHIGAN

STATE 3:30

p.m. EDT NBC

national

Oct. 3 WASHINGTON 3:30

p.m. EDT NBC

national

Oct. 17 USC 3:30 p.m. EDT NBC national

Oct. 24BOSTON

COLLEGE 3:30

p.m. EDT NBC

national

Oct. 31 WASHINGTON

STATE 6:30

p.m. CDT NBC

national

(San

Antonio, Texas) (7:30

p.m. EDT)

Nov. 7 NAVY 2:30 EST NBC national

Nov. 21 Connecticut 2:30 EST NBC national

NBC

Sports will televise all seven home games nationally from Notre Dame Stadium,

as well as the Washington State game from the Alamodome in San Antonio (that

contest will appear in prime time)

Michigan

State (40th appearance at Notre Dame, 29th at Notre Dame

Stadium), USC (37th at Notre Dame, all at Notre Dame Stadium),

Boston College (11th at Notre Dame, all at Notre Dame Stadium) and

Navy (31st at Notre Dame, all at Notre Dame Stadium) all last played

at Notre Dame in 2007.

Washington

will be making its first trip to South Bend since 2004, for its eighth all-time

game against the Irish, its fourth in South Bend. Notre Dame will be meeting

both Nevada and Connecticut for the first time. The Irish and Washington State

will be meeting for the second time – following a 2003 contest at Notre Dame

Stadium.

Seven of

the ’09 Notre Dame opponents played in postseason bowl games following the 2008

season – Nevada (Humanitarian Bowl), Michigan State (Capital One Bowl), USC

(won Rose Bowl), Boston College (Music City Bowl), Navy (EagleBank Bowl), Pittsburgh (Sun Bowl) and

Connecticut (won International Bowl).

Please

note that South Bend observes Eastern time (including DST) all year around. In

2009, daylight time ends and standard time begins on Nov. 1.

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