Notre Dame will visit Ann Arbor for the sequel to 'Under the Lights.' UTL2 will be the prime time game for ESPN and be the focus of the college football world in week two. It's the last time that Notre Dame will visit Michigan for the foreseeable future and while Denard Robinson and Roy Roundtree are no longer on campus, look for Devin Gardner and Jeremy Gallon to take over.
It should be a memorable week of quotes between the Fighting Irish and the Wolverines. As if the game wasn't big enough, now comes the news that ESPN's 'College Gameday,' will be in Ann Arbor for the big game.
College GameDay is heading to Ann Arbor! pic.twitter.com/Zquaqo6QE8— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) September 1, 2013
Well, you've all been warned... You have 6 days to come up with good signs for GameDay. No excuses, play like a champion.— Chantel Jennings (@ChantelJennings) September 1, 2013
As if the first couple of weeks aren't a big enough deal around campus, now comes this news. People will need to get to Ann Arbor early on Saturday, as it will be a long day of tailgating before the two historic teams meet for the last time (for now.)
Florida State @ Pitt Monday night, College Gameday from Notre Dame @ Michigan Saturday then Vikes are in Detroit Sunday. 👍— Sam Ponder (@samsteeleponder) September 1, 2013
There seems to be a lot of famous people invading Michigan lately. For any 'Harold & Kumar,' fan, you will recognize the name known as 'NPH.'
Oh man, do I love the Meijer in Canton, MI. Where else can you buy a 12 pack of underwear, Comté cheese, and tropical fish at the same time?— Neil Patrick Harris (@ActuallyNPH) September 1, 2013