(ANN ARBOR, MI) - Notre Dame and Michigan square off for the 39th time in college football Saturday night in Ann Arbor.
Tomorrow's game is the first night contest in the 84-year history of "The Big House".
The Fighting Irish are 0-1 following last Saturday's 23-20 loss to South Florida in South Bend.
Notre Dame Head Coach Brian Kelly has replaced Dayne Crist as starting quarterback, going with sophomore Tommy Rees against the Wolverines.
Michigan won its opener last weekend, defeating Western Michigan 34-10 in a game stopped in the third quarter due to lightning.
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