An In Depth Analysis of the Wolverines vs Fighting Irish NCAA Football Odds Rivalry
Because of the Fighting Irish’s special relationship with the Atlantic Coast Conference, they have agreed to play five games against members of that conference each year even though they are not part of the conference in football. They are ACC members in other sports, though, much like their former arrangement with the Big East. Last Week, though, Fighting Irish coach Brian Kelly appeared on the Rich Eisen Show and indicated that he thinks the teams will face one another again, although he is not part of a conversation on the matter.The Detroit Free Press reported last week that Jim Harbaugh, the new head coach at Michigan, is also open to starting the rivalry once again. Harbaugh, as a player, took part in the rivalry in 1985 and 1986 as the Wolverines’ starting quarterback. Right now, though, Michigan has plenty worry about. They opened the season with a tough loss at Utah and then came back to .500 with a home win against Oregon State. However, after a win over UNLV they prepare to enter a fairly tough Big Ten slate of opponents. Notre Dame (3-0) is trying their best to deal with the loss of Malik Zaire, their gifted quarterback who led the Irish to a dominating 38-3 win over the University of Texas in Week 1.
Five years ago today: http://t.co/VlldT4AZvQ— KJ (@KJfromTheDeck) September 19, 2015