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07-28-2002 12:09 PM
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That's always been a great series. I remember watching the 1990 game on ESPN Classic a few weeks ago. Notre Dame was #1, and the Lions came into South Bend and knocked 'em off. That opened the door for my Jackets to sneak in and grab the national championship.
08-02-2002 06:47 PM
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This is always a great series and should be again..I remember the 1992 game when Rick Mirer lead ND to a 17-16 comeback win in the snow.
08-05-2002 07:40 PM
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