Fifteen Answers on Notre Dame’s Rivalries

Posted by Michael Collins on August-5-2009 Add Comments
Some great regional rivalries form some of the history and intensity that vibrates through college football, often determining conference champions: Texas-Texas A&M (115 years), Auburn-Georgia (112)—"The Oldest Rivalry in the Deep South," Ohio State-Michigan (105), Texas-Oklahoma (103), Nebraska-Oklahoma (82), USC-UCLA (78), Auburn-Alabama (73), LSU-Arkansas (54).

Navy-Army (109) transcends regions. Miami-Florida State (53) and Florida-FSU (53) transcend conferences with...

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