Notre Dame hands Michigan its first shutout loss since 1984
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — In the final scheduled meeting between Notre Dame and Michigan there was a first.
Notre Dame shutout Michigan 31-0 for the Irish’s first-ever shutout win of the series. It’s the first time Michigan has been shutout since 1984.
Everett Golson threw for 226 yards and three scores. Michigan’s Devin Gardner was 19-of-32 for 189 yards and was picked off three times.
Notre Dame improves to 2-0 and will host Purdue next week. Michigan falls to 1-1 and will host Miami (OH) at the Big House on Saturday.