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Texas A&M and Notre Dame announced Thursday that two schools will play a home-and-home series in 2024 and 2025. Per ESPN:
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The Fighting Irish and the Aggies will meet Aug. 31, 2024 in College Station, Texas, before facing off Sept. 27, 2025 in South Bend, Indiana. They have not faced each other in the regular season since a two-game series 2000 and 2001.

"These two contests between Notre Dame and Texas A&M figure to be excellent intersectional attractions," Notre Dame athletics director Jack Swarbrick said in a statement. "We had set a goal of adding representation from the Southeastern Conference to our future schedules, and we've accomplished that with the addition of this series, as well as the one with Georgia."

"When you think of tradition-rich football programs, Texas A&M and Notre Dame are at the top of the list," A&M athletic director Eric Hyman said in a statement. "We are delighted to have them back on the schedule again for the first time since 2001."
Notre Dame leads the all-time series with Texas A&M 3-2
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meh. SEC will go to 9 game schedule and this will get cancelled before it ever gets played. too bad really.
Reply93 months
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Thank God it's home and home. Big-time home and home matchups are a dying breed unfortunately.
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