1928 Notre Dame Fighting Irish football
1928 record5–4
Head coachKnute Rockne (11th season)
Offensive schemeNotre Dame Box
Base defense7–2–2
CaptainFred Miller
Home stadiumCartier Field
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Template:1928 college football independents records The 1928 Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team represented the University of Notre Dame during the 1928 college football season. Led by eleventh-year head coach Knute Rockne, the independent Irish compiled an uncharacteristic 5–4 record and were outscored 99 to 107.

In Cartier Field's final game on November 17, Notre Dame lost its first game on campus in 23 years, upset 27–7 by undefeated Carnegie Tech.[1]


September 29[[{{{school}}}|Loyola (LA)]]W 12–615,000
October 6at WisconsinL 6–2229,885
October 13vs. NavyW 7–0120,000  
October 20at Georgia TechL 0–1335,000
October 27Drake
  • Cartier Field
  • South Bend, IN
W 32–612,000
November 3vs. Penn StateW 9–030,000
November 10vs. ArmyW 12–678,188
November 17Carnegie Tech
  • Cartier Field
  • South Bend, IN [1]
L 7–2727,000
December 1at USCL 14–2772,632



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