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Michigan, Notre Dame Renew Football Rivalry Series For 2033, 2034

Michigan's Khaleke Hudson lays a hit on Notre Dame RB/WR Jafar Armstrong.

SOUTH BEND, IN - SEPTEMBER 01: Khaleke Hudson #7 of the Michigan Wolverines tackles Jafar Armstrong #8 of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the first quarter at Notre Dame Stadium on September 1, 2018 in South Bend, Indiana. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Michigan and Notre Dame will square off on Saturday night in one of the biggest non-conference matchups of the year. It turns out the two schools had some important news to announce before the game as well.

Michigan and Notre Dame announced Saturday morning that they will be renewing their rivalry series with a home-and-home in 2033 and 2034. Those games are obviously years out, but it's good to see the two schools on each others' schedules in the future.

Michigan and Notre Dame have played 43 times. The Wolverines hold a 24-18-1 advantage going into Saturday night.

Notre Dame, however, has won the last two. Saturday night's game is a big one for both squads.

Michigan announced the news on its website.

The University of Michigan Athletic Department announced Saturday (Oct. 26) the addition of a home-and-home series with Notre Dame in 2033 and 2034. The Wolverines and Irish will renew their rivalry with games on Sept. 3, 2033, in Ann Arbor and Sept. 2, 2034, in South Bend, Indiana.

Saturday night's game will kick off at 7:30 PM ET and it will be broadcast on ABC. The Fighting Irish will need a win to keep their College Football Playoff hopes alive.