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Notre Dame vs. Duke: Live stream, start time, TV channel, how to watch college football 2020
Notre Dame vs. Duke
Start time: Saturday, 9/12, 2:30 PM ET
Duke and Notre Dame will open their 2020 college football seasons in South Bend, Indiana on Saturday. The game was originally set to take place on Halloween, but the ACC announced an amended schedule in late July that moved the Fighting Irish up to the season opener as part of the ten-game conference slate, plus one non-conference opponent, that the Blue Devils will play.
Notre Dame owns a 4-2 advantage in the all-time series between these two schools, including a 38-7 win in Durham last season. However, Duke beat the Fighting Irish back in 2016 the last time the game was in Indiana.
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There was turnover on the the Blue Devils’ coaching staff coming into this season. The job of offensive coordinator has been taken over by head coach David Cutcliffe, Greg Frey was named the offensive line coach and Chirs Hampton was named the new cornerbacks coach.
The Irish should be one of the top teams in the ACC this season, behind Clemson but in the same class as North Carolina, Louisville and others. It looks like a potential rebuilding year for Duke, but with Clemson transfer Chase Brice starting at quarterback, the Blue Devils might surprise some teams.
Saturday night’s game will air on NBC via your TV provider. If you don’t have cable or a similar TV service, you can also watch the game for free from fuboTV, which has a free trial that runs for seven days.
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More coverage via the Associated Press
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Championship teams are often built around great defenses and offenses that can run the ball when needed.
With all the success Notre Dame has enjoyed its last three seasons, amassing a 33-6 record under coach Brian Kelly, it has been the inability to run in big games that has curtailed the title hopes of the Fighting Irish.
No. 10 Notre Dame hopes to change that starting Saturday when Duke visits for the season opener inside a Notre Dame Stadium that will be less than a quarter filled because of COVID-19 concerns.
“The basic tenets of having a really good football team, potentially a great football team, are in place,” Kelly said. “Now we’re going to have to prove it.”
Notre Dame is playing in the Atlantic Coast Conference this season. To challenge for the ACC title and the College Football Playoff berth, the Fighting Irish will need to run the football better than they have the last two seasons. New offensive coordinator and former Irish quarterback Tom Rees is expecting a lot of input from run game coordinator Lance Taylor and offensive line coach Jeff Quinn.
Last season, the Irish twice lost on the road after leaving their run game at home: On Sept. 21, they managed just 46 yards on 14 carries in a 23-17 loss to Georgia. A little more than a month later, Notre Dame ran 31 times for a measly 47 yards in a 45-14 victory defeat at Michigan.
A year earlier, the Irish totaled just 88 yards on 35 carries in a 30-3 loss in a CFP loss to Clemson. Similar woes cropped up in 2017 losses to the Gerogia and Miami.
Of the ACC’s top six teams against the rush in 2019, the Irish play just two: Pittsburgh (108.5 yards allowed per game, 12th nationally) and top-ranked Clemson (116.1 ypg, 19th).
Duke gave up 180.6 rushing yards per game a year ago, just 87th out of 130 FBS schools. In a 38-7 loss to Notre Dame, Duke allowed quarterback Ian Book to rush for 139 yards while throwing for four touchdowns in Notre Dame’s 38-7 victory.
“A year ago they dominated us, and his running ability was on display,” Duke