Notre Dame and Michigan to meet under the lights at Notre Dame Stadium for the first time since 1990 (7:39 p.m. ET, live on NBC).
Nine of the past 12 meetings in the series between Notre Dame and Michigan State have been decided by a touchdown or less.
Notre Dame has won nearly 82 percent of its home openers, including a 10-2 record against the Boilermakers.
Fighting Irish and Midshipmen will be playing in Dublin for the second time in their 86-game series (9 a.m. ET/2 p.m. IST on CBS).
Defense tops Offense 42-31 in 83rd annual event.
UND.com goes inside the second practice of spring 2012 with the Fighting Irish, focusing on the ND linebacking corps.
High school highlights of football signee Anthony Rabasa
Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly officially announces the signing class of 2011.
ANTHONY RABASA'S CAREER HIGHS
Tackles: 3, at Air Force, Oct 26, 2013 (3-0)
Tackles for loss: 1.0, at Air Force, Oct 26, 2013 (1-0)
JUNIOR SEASON (2013): Played in five games as outside linebacker ... made six tackles on the year, including his first career tackle for loss ... had a solo stop against BYU (Nov. 23) ... shared on a pair of tackles against Navy (Nov. 2) ... credited with three solo stops, including a TFL, at Air Force (Oct. 26).
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2012): Appeared in two games (Boston College and Wake Forest) during the season ... logged first career tackle against Wake Forest (Nov. 17) .
FRESHMAN SEASON (2011): Did not see any game action during the season.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Ranked 11th nationally on Rivals weak-side defensive end list ... selected to Florida Times-Union Super 75 team of Florida's top players ... listed 123rd on ESPN 150 list of top players nationally for 2010 ... selected to play in Team USA vs. The World game in Austin, Texas ... tabbed as best defensive lineman and fifth-best prospect in Miami-Dade County by Miami Herald ... named to Orlando Sentinel Florida Top 100 list as fourth-best defensive end in state ... led Columbus High School team in Miami, Fla., to 6A regional quarterfinals of 2010 Florida state playoffs ... registered 80 tackles and 10 sacks for Columbus as a junior defensive end in 2009 ... named first-team all-county in 2010 by Miami Herald ... 2009 first-team all-Dade County selection ... named second team all-state defensive line by Florida sportswriters and first team all-county by Miami Herald following his junior campaign in 2009 ... played for coach Chris Merritt at Christopher Columbus High School ... son of Gus and Olga Rabasa ... enrolled in College of Arts and Letters, majoring in film, television and theatre.
Rabasa's Career Statistics