2022 Notre Dame football schedule: Dates, times, TV channels, scores

2022 Notre Dame football schedule: Dates, times, TV channels, scores

Notre Dame enters the 2022 season coming off five consecutive seasons with double-digit wins. First-year head coach Marcus Freeman and the Fighting Irish, however, are aiming for more than just regular-season success this season as they look to secure the program’s first College Football Playoff title.

The Fighting Irish open the season against No. 2 Ohio State, a potential preview to a CFP game next year.

Here’s everything you need to know about Notre Dame’s 2022 regular-season football schedule.

2022 Notre Dame football schedule: Dates, times, TV channels, scores

at Ohio State L, 21-10 Saturday, Sept. 3 7:30 PM ABC Columbus, Ohio
vs. Marshall L, 26-21 Saturday, Sept. 10 2:30 PM NBC Notre Dame, IN
vs. California W, 24-17 Saturday, Sept. 17 2:30 PM NBC Notre Dame, IN
at North Carolina Saturday, Sept. 24 3:30 PM ABC Chapel Hill, NC
vs. BYU (Las Vegas, NV) Saturday, Oct. 8 7:30 PM NBC/Peacock Las Vegas, N.V.
vs. Stanford Saturday, Oct. 15 7:30 PM NBC/Peacock Notre Dame, IN
vs. UNLV Saturday, Oct. 22 2:30 PM peacock Notre Dame, IN
at Syracuse Saturday, Oct. 29 TBD TBD Syracuse, NY
vs. Clemson Saturday, Nov. 5 7:30 PM NBC/Peacock Notre Dame, IN
vs. Navy (Baltimore, MD) Saturday, Nov. 12 12:00 p.m. ABC/ESPN Baltimore, MD
vs. Boston College Saturday, Nov. 19 2:30 PM NBC Notre Dame, IN
at USC Saturday, Nov. 26 TBD TBD Los Angeles, CA

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Players to know

Notre Dame’s 2022 depth chart is widely regarded as one of the best in the nation. At tight end, junior Michael Mayer is poised for a big year coming off an impressive 2021 season with 71 receptions and 840 yards receiving. He joins offensive lineman Jarrett Patterson as a member of the Phil Steele All-Independent first team.

Defensively, the Fighting Irish added Northwestern transfer Brandon Joseph, who was named to the AP first-team preseason All-America team, to their secondary this offseason. And, the team returns defensive end Isaiah Foskeywho chartered 52 tackles and 11 sacks last season, leading Notre Dame’s lethal defense.

BOWL GAMES: When and where to watch every bowl game this season

The Fighting Irish had a strong 2021 season finishing with an 11-1 regular-season record, but ultimately fell to Oklahoma State in the Fiesta Bowl in a soul-crushing, two-point loss.

Here was the full, detailed schedule for Notre Dame’s 2021 football season, with results

2021 Notre Dame football results

at Florida State Sept. 5 W, 41-38 OT
vs. Toledo Sep 11 W, 32-29
vs. Purdue Sep 18 W, 27-13
vs. Wisconsin (Chicago, IL) Sep 25 W, 41-13
vs. Cincinnati Oct 2 L, 24-13
at Virginia Tech Oct 9 W, 32-29
vs. USC Oct 23 W, 31-16
vs. North Carolina Oct 30 W, 44-34
vs. Navy Nov 6 W, 34-6
at Virginia Nov 13 W, 28-3
vs. Georgia Tech Nov 20 W, 55-0
at Stanford Nov 27 W, 45-14
vs. Oklahoma State (Glendale, AZ) Jan 1 L, 37-35

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Notre Dame has played in the College Football Playoff twice: 2018 and 2020

Here is the upcoming schedule for the 2022-2023 CFP:

College Football Playoff schedule

Semifinals Fiesta Bowl Dec 31, 2022 Glendale, AZ

State Farm Stadium

Semifinals Peach Bowl Dec 31, 2022 Atlanta, GA

Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Championship National Championship Jan. 9, 2023 Los Angeles, CA SoFi Stadium

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