Notre Dame Football Schedule: Irish Set To Play Army At Yankee Stadium In 2013, According To Report

Apr. 21, 2012; South Bend, IN, USA; Notre Dame Fighting Irish quarterback Andrew Hendrix (12) prepares to hand off the ball in the first quarter of the Blue-Gold Game at Notre Dame Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Cashore-US PRESSWIRE

Army and Notre Dame reportedly are set to resume their series in 2013.

According to a report Thursday from the Times Herald-Record, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and Army Black Knights are set to renew their football series in 2013. The teams have met 50 times, but only four of those meetings have come since 1995.

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The 2013 game will be played at Yankee Stadium.

The Black Knights and the Irish will meet in 2013 at Yankee Stadium, a source told the Times Herald-Record Thursday.

The two independent teams, which last played in the Bronx in 2010, could also be negotiating more games, the source said.

Notre Dame's all-time record vs. Army is 38-8-4.

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