Keith Arnold | September 9, 2014 | NBC Sports
South Bend, Ind. — This might have to be it for Notre Dame and Michigan. Because in the 42nd and final scheduled meeting between the Irish and Wolverines, Notre Dame delivered a 31-0 knockout punch that could very well leave Brady Hoke’s program left for dead.
After spending much of the week talking about the rivalry dating back to 1887, the Irish went out in record-setting fashion. Brian Kelly’s team is the first Notre Dame squad to shut out Michigan. It’s the first time the Wolverines have been shut out since the Reagan administration, ending a NCAA record 365-game streak from 1984.