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Notre Dame holds off Michigan: Highlights, scores from South Bend

Published on Sep. 1, 2018

Notre Dame topped Michigan, 24-17, in South Bend, Ind., in one of college football’s Biggest Week 1 games.

The Wolverines and Fighting Irish hadn’t played since the 2014 season, a 31-0 Notre Dame victory over a Brady Hoke-coached Michigan team. With Saturday night’s win, Notre Dame improves to 7-2 in season openers under coach Brian Kelly.

Ole Miss transfer Shea Patterson made his debut for Michigan, completing 20-of-30 passes for 227 yards and one interception. Patterson led a scoring drive late to pull Michigan within a touchdown of the Irish. But a Patterson fumble recovered by Notre Dame’s Te’von Coney with :57 left sealed the victory for the Irish.

Sporting News provided live updates and highlights from the game: (All times Eastern)

Fourth quarter: Notre Dame 24, Michigan 17

11:02 pm.: Four plays later, Patterson fumbles it as he’s tackled and the Irish recover with :57 left. They’ll run out the clock and pick up the victory.

Green out ✅
Rivalry renewed ✅
1-0 ✅

24-17 Irish is the final score from Notre Dame Stadium.#GoIrish☘️ #MICHvsND

— Notre Dame Football (@NDFootball) September 2, 2018

11:00 pm.: Michigan gets the ball back with no timeouts left and 1:48. They’ll start at their own 25.

10:50 pm.: Michigan closes the gap after a 3-yard touchdown run by Karan Higdon. Notre Dame leads 24-17 with 2:18 to go.

10:48 pm.: Michigan pressing in Notre dame territory. Wolverines still trail by two scores with 3:16 left.

10:44 pm.: Michigan gets the ball back after a quick series by Notre Dame. McCaffrey stays in the game for one play, then Patterson’s back in after a brief spell in the locker room.

10:34 pm.: Michigan fails to convert on 3rd down, so Harbaugh opts to go for it on 4th. McCaffrey’s pass falls short and the Wolverines turn it over on downs with 7:14 left.

10:32 pm.: Patterson heads to the locker room on his own power, McCaffrey still in the game under center for Michigan.

10:24 pm.: Patterson comes back in for one play and looks like he rolls his ankle. McCaffrey comes back in as trainers tend to Patterson’s injury.

10:22 pm.: Harbaugh subs in Dylan McCaffrey, younger brother of Carolina Panther Christian McCaffrey, for one play in the fourth as Patterson gets checked out on the sideline.

Third quarter: Notre Dame 24, Michigan 10

10:11 pm.: Shea Patterson gets bull rushed, so he hurries a throw down field and it’s intercepted by Julian Okwara. Notre Dame takes over at its own 36.

10:03 pm.: It looks like Notre Dame gets another touchdown on a nice throw by Wimbush to Myles Boykin, but the Irish are flagged for an ineligible man down field. Irish kick a field goal two plays later to extend their lead. Notre Dame leads 24-10.

10:01 pm.: Brandon Wimbush avoids a sack and throws one down field to a wide open Chase Claypool for a 19-yard gain. Fresh set of downs for the Irish at the Michigan 25.

9:52 pm.: Notre Dame goes three as Michigan sets up at their own 20.

9:43 pm.: Brandon Wimbush gives it right back to the Wolverines two plays later as he’s intercepted by Brandon Watson. Michigan takes over at the Notre Dame 49.

9:42 pm.: Michigan sets up for a 34-yard field goal attempt, but has a bad snap and Notre Dame tackles the holder. The Irish will take over on down at their own 27.

9:36 pm.: First play of the second half for Michigan and Shea Patterson airs it out to Nico Collins for a 52-yard gain. Wolverines with the ball on the Notre Dame 28.

Second quarter: Notre Dame 21, Michigan 10

9:15 pm.: Halftime stats:

Total yards: Michigan: 90 | Notre Dame: 233
Passing: Shea Patterson: 9 of 12 | Brandon Wimbush: 10 of 15, 1 touchdown
Pass yards: Michigan: 62 | Notre Dame: 148
Rush yards: Michigan: 15 rushes, 28 yards | Notre Dame: 25 rushes, 85 yards
Penalties: Michigan: 5 penalties, 52 yards | Notre Dame: 2 penalties, 20 yards

9:13 pm.: Notre Dame can’t convert on 3rd and 10 and is forced to punt. Michigan gets the ball back inside their own 5-yard line and runs out the clock to end the half.

9:09 pm.: Brandon Wimbush converts on 3rd and 4 to Chase Claypool for a 12-yard gain to midfield. Notre Dame then calls timeout with 1:33 to go in the half.

8:59 pm.: Michigan responds as Jonathan Doerer runs the ensuing kickoff back 99 yards for the touchdown. Notre Dame leads 21-10.

he could go ALL! THE! [email protected] takes it 99-yards off the kickoff for their first TD of the game! #MICHvsND

8:55 pm.: Michigan gets a stop on 3rd and goal, but a roughing the passer penalty gives Notre Dame a fresh set of down. Jafar Armstrong runs it in from 4-yards out for his second touchdown of the game. Notre Dame leads 21-3.

For the second time today, enjoy this replay of @jafararmstrong3 dancing his way into the endzone.#GoIrish☘️ #MICHvsND

— Notre Dame Football (@NDFootball) September 2, 2018

8:49 pm.: Brandon Wimbush and the Notre Dame offense are knocking on the door again. Sitting at the Michigan 17-yard line currently on a 10-play, 58-yard drive.

8:39 pm.: Notre Dame burns its first timeout of the half with 10:14 left in the first half.

8:34 pm.: Shea Patterson get a good look to Zach Gentry at 3rd and goal, but the pass is broken up and Michigan settles for a field goal. Notre Dame leads 14-3.

8:28 pm.: The Michigan offense makes it into the red zone for the first time tonight after a 5-yard run by Karan Higdon.

First quarter: Notre Dame 14, Michigan 0

8:21 pm.: The Michigan defense forces its first three and out of the night, giving Shea Patterson great field position after the punt by the Irish.

8:15 pm.: Michigan faces another 3rd down, but the Notre Dame defense is all over Shea Patterson and sacks him for a 16-yard loss. Michigan punts.

8:10 pm.: Shea Patterson takes his first shot down field tonight, and overthrows his receiver. But he manages a 3rd down conversion on the ensuing play.

8:03 pm.: Brandon Wimbush launches one into the end zone as Chris Finke hauls it in despite double coverage from Michigan. It’s a 43-yards touchdown and it extends Notre Dame’s lead to two scores. Notre Dame leads 14-0.

— Notre Dame Football (@NDFootball) September 2, 2018

8:00 pm.: Michigan’s Josh Metellus is disqualified from the game after the personal foul for targeting on the previous play.

7:58 pm.: Notre Dame starts inside its own 5-yard line and Wimbush airs it out from his own end zone to Alize Mack for a 23-yard gain. Michigan is flagged for a personal foul after Mack suffers a hard hit on the play.

7:54 pm.: In his Michigan debut, Shea Patterson leads the Wolverines on a 6-play, 22-yard drive ending in a punt. 10:16 to go in the first quarter.

7:48 pm.: Wimbush follows that up with a 28-yard throw to Miles Boykin. Then Jafar Armstrong punches it in from 13 yards out a few plays later to give Notre Dame its first lead of the game. Notre Dame leads 7-0.

Our freshmen came to play. Let’s rewind and enjoy @jafararmstrong3 ‘s first career touchdown at Notre Dame. #GoIrish ☘️ #MICHvsND

— Notre Dame Football (@NDFootball) September 2, 2018

7:45 pm.: After the touchback, Notre Dame start at its own 25. Then on the second play from scrimmage, Brandon Wimbush launches one down field and it’s nearly intercepted, but falls incomplete.

7:42 pm.: Notre Dame to receive the kickoff. We’re about to get underway.


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