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#REDIRECT [[Notre Dame Fighting Irish football (1980–89)#1980]]
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{{Infobox NCAA team season
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|Year=1980
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|Team=Notre Dame Fighting Irish
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|Image=Notre Dame Fighting Irish logo.svg
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|ImageSize=150 px
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|Conference=Independent
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|Division=
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|ShortConference=
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|CoachRank=10
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|APRank=9
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|Record=9–2–1
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|ConfRecord=
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|HeadCoach=[[Dan Devine]]
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|HCYear = 6th
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|Captain=[[Bob Crable]]
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|Captain2=Tom Gibbons
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|Captain3=[[John Scully (American football)|John Scully]]
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|OffCoach=
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|DefCoach=[[Joe Yonto]]
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|OScheme=
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|DScheme=
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|StadiumArena=[[Notre Dame Stadium]] (c. 59,075, grass)
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|Champion=
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|BowlTourney=[[1981 Sugar Bowl|Sugar Bowl]]
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|BowlTourneyResult=L 10–17 vs. [[1980 Georgia Bulldogs football team|Georgia]]
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}}
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{{1980 Division I-A independents football standings}}
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The '''1980 Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team''' represented the [[University of Notre Dame]] in the [[1980 NCAA Division I-A football season|1980 college football season]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Notre Dame Yearly Results (1985-1989)|publisher=David DeLassus|work=College Football Data Warehouse|accessdate=July 26, 2015|url=http://www.cfbdatawarehouse.com/data/active/n/notre_dame/1985-1989_yearly_results.php}}</ref> The team was coached by [[Dan Devine]] and played its home games at [[Notre Dame Stadium]] in [[South Bend, Indiana]].
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The 1980 season would be Dan Devine's final year as Notre Dame head coach. In August, he had announced that the upcoming season would be his last. The offense had 248 points for, while the defense gave up 128 points.
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==Rivalries==
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*In the [[Shillelagh Trophy (Notre Dame–Purdue)|Shillelagh Trophy]], Notre Dame beat Purdue.
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*In the [[Michigan – Notre Dame rivalry]], Notre Dame beat Michigan.
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*Notre Dame beat Michigan State to claim the [[Megaphone Trophy]].
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==Schedule==
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{{CFB schedule
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| rankyear = 1980
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| timezone = Eastern
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = September 6
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| time = 3:20 p.m.
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| w/l = w
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| rank = 11
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| opponent = [[1980 Purdue Boilermakers football team|Purdue]]
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| opprank = 9
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| gamename = [[Shillelagh Trophy (Notre Dame–Purdue)|Shillelagh Trophy]]
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| site_stadium = [[Notre Dame Stadium]]
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| site_cityst = [[Notre Dame, Indiana|Notre Dame, IN]]
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| tv = [[American Broadcasting Company|ABC]]
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| score = 31–10
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| attend = 59,075
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = September 20
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| time = 2:30 p.m.
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| w/l = w
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| rank = 8
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| opponent = [[1980 Michigan Wolverines football team|Michigan]]
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| opprank = 14
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| gamename = [[Michigan–Notre Dame football rivalry|rivalry]]
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| site_stadium = Notre Dame Stadium
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| site_cityst = Notre Dame, IN
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| tv =
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| score = 29–27
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| attend = 59,075
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = October 4
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| time = 1:00 p.m.
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| w/l = w
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| away = y
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| rank = 7
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| opponent = [[1980 Michigan State Spartans football team|Michigan State]]
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| gamename = [[Megaphone Trophy]]
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| site_stadium = [[Spartan Stadium (East Lansing)|Spartan Stadium]]
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| site_cityst = [[East Lansing, Michigan|East Lansing, MI]]
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| tv =
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| score = 26–21
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| attend = 76,821
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = October 11
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| time = 2:30 p.m.
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| w/l = w
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| rank = 7
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| opponent = [[1980 Miami Hurricanes football team|Miami]]
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| opprank = 13
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| site_stadium = Notre Dame Stadium
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| site_cityst = Notre Dame, IN
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| tv =
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| score = 32–14
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| attend = 59,075
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = October 18
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| time = 2:30 p.m.
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| w/l = w
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| rank = 5
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| opponent = [[1980 Army Cadets football team|Army]]
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| gamename = [[Army–Notre Dame football rivalry|rivalry]]
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| site_stadium = Notre Dame Stadium
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| site_cityst = Notre Dame, IN
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| tv =
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| score = 30–3
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| attend = 59,075
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = October 25
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| time = 10:35 p.m.
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| w/l = w
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| away = y
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| rank = 4
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| opponent = [[1980 Arizona Wildcats football team|Arizona]]
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| site_stadium = [[Arizona Stadium]]
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| site_cityst = [[Tucson, Arizona|Tucson, AZ]]
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| tv =
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| score = 20–3
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| attend = 56,211
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = November 1
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| time = 1:30 p.m.
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| w/l = w
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| neutral = y
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| rank = 3
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| opponent = [[1980 Navy Midshipmen football team|Navy]]
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| gamename = [[Navy–Notre Dame football rivalry|rivalry]]
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| site_stadium = [[Giants Stadium]]
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| site_cityst = [[East Rutherford, New Jersey|East Rutherford, NJ]]
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| tv =
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| score = 33–0
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| attend = 76,891
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = November 8
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| time = 1:30 p.m.
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| w/l = t
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| away = y
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| rank = 1
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| opponent = [[1980 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football team|Georgia Tech]]
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| site_stadium = [[Grant Field]]
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| site_cityst = [[Atlanta, Georgia|Atlanta, GA]]
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| tv =
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| score = 3–3
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| attend = 41,266
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = November 15
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| time = 3:50 p.m.
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| w/l = w
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| away = y
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| rank = 6
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| opponent = [[1980 Alabama Crimson Tide football team|Alabama]]
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| opprank = 5
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| site_stadium = [[Legion Field]]
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| site_cityst = [[Birmingham, Alabama|Birmingham, AL]]
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| tv = ABC
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| score = 7–0
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| attend = 78,873
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = November 22
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| time = 1:30 p.m.
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| w/l = w
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| rank = 2
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| opponent = [[1980 Air Force Falcons football team|Air Force]]
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| site_stadium = Notre Dame Stadium
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| site_cityst = Notre Dame, IN
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| tv =
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| score = 24–10
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| attend = 59,075
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = December 6
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| time = 3:50 p.m.
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| w/l = l
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| away = y
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| rank = 2
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| opponent = [[1980 USC Trojans football team|USC]]
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| opprank = 17
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| gamename = [[Notre Dame–USC football rivalry|Jeweled Shillelagh]]
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| site_stadium = [[Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum]]
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| site_cityst = [[Los Angeles, California|Los Angeles, CA]]
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| tv = ABC
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| score = 3–20
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| attend = 82,663
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}}
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|{{CFB schedule entry
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| date = January 1, 1981
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| time = 2:00 p.m.
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| w/l = l
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| neutral = y
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| rank = 7
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| opponent = [[1980 Georgia Bulldogs football team|Georgia]]
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| opprank = 1
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| gamename = [[1981 Sugar Bowl|Sugar Bowl]]
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| site_stadium = [[Louisiana Superdome]]
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| site_cityst = [[New Orleans, Louisiana|New Orleans, LA]]
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| tv = ABC
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| score = 10–17
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| attend = 77,895
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}}
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}}
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==Roster==
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{{American football roster/Header
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| year = 1980
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| team = Notre Dame Fighting Irish
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| teamcolors = f
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| offensive_players=
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{{American football roster/Player|num=65|class=Sr|first=Bob|last=Burger|pos=G}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=80|class=Jr|first=Dave|last=Condeni|pos=WR}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=2|class=Sr|first=Mike|last=Courey|pos=QB|link=y}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=81|class=Sr|first=Marty|last=Detmer|pos=TE}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=1|class=Sr|first=Ty|last=Dickerson|pos=WR}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=31|class=Sr|first=Pete|last=Holohan|pos=WR|link=y}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=78|class=Sr|first=Tim|last=Huffman|pos=G|link=y}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=5|class=Fr|first=Blair|last=Kiel|pos=QB|pos2=P|link=y}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=13|class=Sr|first=Greg|last=Knaflec|pos=QB}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=86|class=Jr|first=Dean|last=Masztak|pos=TE}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=71|class=Jr|first=Phil|last=Pozderac|pos=T|link=y}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=57|class=Sr|first=John|last=Scully|dab=John Scully (American football)|pos=C|link=y}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=95|class=Sr|first=Nick|last=Vehr|pos=TE}}
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| defensive_players=
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{{American football roster/Player|num=94|class=Jr|first=Tom|last=Bock|pos=DT}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=9|class=Fr|first=Chris|last=Brown|dab=Chris Brown (defensive back)|pos=CB|link=y}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=43|class=Jr|first=Bob|last=Crable|pos=LB|link=y}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=22|class=So|first=Dave|last=Duerson|pos=S|link=y}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=20|class=Sr|first=Angelo|last=Fasano|pos=FS}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=27|class=Sr|first=Tom|last=Gibbons|pos=CB}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=92|class=Jr|first=Joe|last=Gramke|pos=DE}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=19|class=Jr|first=Josh|last=Krimm|pos=CB}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=72|class=So|first=Ken|last=Muncy|pos=DT}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=45|class=Jr|first=John|last=Rice|pos=LB}}
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{{American football roster/Player|num=70|class=Sr|first=Scott|last=Zettek|pos=DE}}
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| special_teams_players=
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{{American football roster/Player|num=3|class=Jr|first=Herry|last=Oliver|pos=K}}
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}}
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{{American football roster/Footer
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| head_coach = *[[Dan Devine]]
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| asst_coach =
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| accessdate=
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}}
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==Game summaries==
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===Purdue===
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{{AFB game box start
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|Title=
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|Visitor=Purdue
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|V1=0 |V2=10 |V3=0 |V4=0
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|Host='''Notre Dame'''
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|H1=10|H2=7 |H3=7 |H4=7
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|Date=September 6
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|Location=[[Notre Dame Stadium]] • [[South Bend, Indiana]]
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|StartTime=
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|TimeZone=
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|ElapsedTime=
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|Attendance=59,075
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|Weather=
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|Referee=
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|TVAnnouncers=
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|TVStation=
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}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |FirstEntry=yes |Quarter=1 |Time= |Team= ND|Event= Oliver 36-yard field goal |Score= Notre Dame 3-0}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=1 |Time= |Team= ND|Event=McGarry 2-yard run (Oliver kick) |Score= Notre Dame 10-0}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=2 |Time= |Team= ND |Event= Carter 1-yard run (Oliver kick) |Score= Notre Dame 17-0}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=2 |Time= |Team=PUR |Event=Anderson 26-yard field goal |Score= Notre Dame 17-3}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=2 |Time= |Team=PUR |Event=Jones 4-yard run (Anderson kick) |Score= Notre Dame 17-10}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=3 |Time= |Team=ND |Event= Hunter 9-yard pass from Courey (Oliver kick) |Score=Notre Dame 24-10}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=4 |Time= |Team= ND|Event=Courey 14-yard run (Oliver kick) |Score=Notre Dame 31-10 |LastEntry=yes}}
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{{AFB game box end}}
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<ref>Palm Beach Post. 1980 Sept 7.</ref>
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{{-}}
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===Michigan===
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{{AFB game box start
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|Title=
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|Visitor=Michigan
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|V1= 0|V2=14 |V3=7 |V4=6
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|Host='''Notre Dame'''
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|H1= 0|H2= 14|H3=6 |H4=9
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|Date=September 20
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|Location=[[Notre Dame Stadium]], [[South Bend, IN]]
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|StartTime=
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|TimeZone=
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|ElapsedTime=
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|Attendance=59,075
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}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |FirstEntry=yes |Quarter=2 |Time=13:05 |Team=ND |Event=P. Carter 6-yard run (Oliver kick) |Score= ND 7-0}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=2 |Time= |Team=ND |Event=Holohan 10-yard pass from Courey (Oliver kick) |Score= ND 14-0}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=2 |Time= |Team=MICH |Event=Ricks 8-yard pass from Wangler (Haji-Sheikh kick) |Score= ND 14-7 }}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=2 |Time= |Team= MICH |Event=Betts 5-yard pass from Wangler (Haji-Sheikh kick) |Score= Tied 14-14}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=3 |Time= |Team=MICH |Event=Edwards 2-yard run (Haji-Sheikh kick) |Score= MICH 21-14}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=3 |Time= |Team=ND |Event=Krimm 49-yard interception return (kick failed) |Score= MICH 21-20}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=4 |Time= |Team=ND |Event=P. Carter 4-yard run (pass failed) |Score= ND 26-21}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=4 |Time= |Team=MICH |Event=Dunnaway 1-yard pass from Wangler (pass failed) |Score= MICH 27-26}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=4 |Time=0:00 |Team=ND |Event=Oliver 51-yard field goal |Score= ND 29-27|LastEntry=yes}}
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{{AFB game box end}}
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<ref>[https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=mq6pegT_rlEC&dat=19800921&printsec=frontpage&hl=en "Last-Play, 51-Yard Kick Gets Irish Past Michigan." Palm Beach Post. 1980 Sept 21.]</ref>
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{{-}}
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===Army===
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{{AFB game box start
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|Title=
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|Visitor=Army
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|V1=0 |V2=0 |V3=3 |V4=0
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|Host=Notre Dame
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|H1=0 |H2=17 |H3=6 |H4=7
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|Date=October 18
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|Location=[[Notre Dame Stadium]]
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|StartTime=
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|TimeZone=
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|ElapsedTime=
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|Attendance=59,075
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|Weather=
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|TVStation=
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}}
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{{AFB game box scoring entry |FirstEntry=yes |Quarter= Q2|Time= |Team=ND |Event=J. Stone 4 yard run (Oliver kick) |Score=ND 7–0 |LastEntry=}}
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{{AFB game box scoring entry |FirstEntry= |Quarter=Q2 |Time= |Team= ND|Event=Oliver 49 yard field goal |Score=ND 10–0 |LastEntry=}}
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{{AFB game box scoring entry |FirstEntry= |Quarter= Q2|Time= |Team=ND |Event=Zavagnin recovered blocked punt in end zone (Oliver kick) |Score=ND 17–0 |LastEntry=}}
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{{AFB game box scoring entry |FirstEntry= |Quarter=Q3 |Time= |Team=ARMY |Event=Aucoin 41 yard field goal |Score=ND 17–3 |LastEntry=}}
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{{AFB game box scoring entry |FirstEntry= |Quarter=Q3 |Time= |Team=ND |Event=Kiel 1 yard run (kick failed) |Score= ND 23–3|LastEntry=}}
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{{AFB game box scoring entry |FirstEntry= |Quarter=Q4 |Time= |Team=ND |Event=Barber 1 yard run (Johnston kick) |Score=ND 30–3 |LastEntry=yes}}
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{{AFB game box end}}
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<ref>Gadsden Times. 1980 Oct 19. Retrieved 2018-Oct-19.</ref>
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{{-}}
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===Air Force===
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{{AFB game box start
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|Title=
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|Visitor=Air Force
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|V1=3 |V2=0 |V3= 0|V4=7
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|Host='''Notre Dame'''
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|H1= 0|H2=3 |H3=14 |H4=7
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|Date=November 22
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|Location=[[Notre Dame Stadium]], [[South Bend, IN]]
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|StartTime=
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|ElapsedTime=
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|Attendance=59,075
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |FirstEntry=yes |Quarter=1 |Time= |Team=AF |Event=Sean Pavlich 35-yard field goal |Score= AF 3-0}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=2 |Time= |Team= ND|Event=Harry Oliver 31-yard field goal |Score= Tied 3-3}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=3 |Time= |Team= ND|Event=Phil Carter 2-yard run (Harry Oliver kick) |Score= ND 10-3}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=3 |Time= |Team=ND |Event=Jim Stone 7-yard run (Harry Oliver kick) |Score= ND 17-3}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=4 |Time= |Team=AF |Event=Heath 1-yard run (Sean Pavlich kick) |Score= ND 17-10}}
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{{AFB Game Box Scoring Entry |Quarter=4 |Time= |Team=ND |Event=Jim Stone 2-yard run (Harry Oliver kick) |Score= ND 24-10|LastEntry=yes}}
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{{AFB game box end}}
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<ref>Eugene Register-Guard. 1980 Nov 23.</ref>
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{{-}}
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==Team players drafted into the NFL==
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*Blair Kiel – 1984 / Round: 11 / Pick: 281 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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*Dave Duerson – 1983 / Round: 3 / Pick: 64 Chicago Bears
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==Awards and honors==
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*Former Fighting Irish coach [[Ara Parseghian]] was inducted into the [[College Football Hall of Fame]].
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==References==
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{{Reflist}}
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{{Notre Dame Fighting Irish football navbox}}
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[[Category:1980 NCAA Division I-A independents football season|Notre Dame Fighting Irish]]
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[[Category:Notre Dame Fighting Irish football seasons]]
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[[Category:1980 in sports in Indiana|Notre Dame Fighting Irish]]

Latest revision as of 03:24, August 13, 2019

1980 Notre Dame Fighting Irish football
Sugar Bowl, L 10–17 vs. Georgia
ConferenceIndependent
Ranking
CoachesNo. 10
APNo. 9
1980 record9–2–1
Head coachDan Devine (6th season)
Defensive coordinatorJoe Yonto
CaptainBob Crable
CaptainTom Gibbons
CaptainJohn Scully
Home stadiumNotre Dame Stadium (c. 59,075, grass)
Seasons
← 1979
1981 →
1980 Division I-A independents football standings
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#2 Pittsburgh           11 1 0
#5 Florida State           10 2 0
#8 Penn State           10 2 0
#9 Notre Dame           9 2 1
#18 Miami           9 3 0
Southern Miss           9 3 0
Navy           8 4 0
South Carolina           8 4 0
Virginia Tech           8 4 0
Boston College           7 4 0
Northeast Louisiana           7 4 0
Rutgers           7 4 0
UNLV           7 4 0
Tulane           7 5 0
Colgate           5 4 1
North Texas           6 5 0
Villanova           6 5 0
West Virginia           6 6 0
Louisville           5 6 0
Richmond           5 6 0
Syracuse           5 6 0
East Carolina           4 7 0
Illinois State           4 7 0
Temple           4 7 0
Army           3 7 1
Holy Cross           3 8 0
Cincinnati           2 9 0
Memphis           2 9 0
William & Mary           2 9 0
Georgia Tech           1 9 1
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1980 Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team represented the University of Notre Dame in the 1980 college football season.[1] The team was coached by Dan Devine and played its home games at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Indiana.

The 1980 season would be Dan Devine's final year as Notre Dame head coach. In August, he had announced that the upcoming season would be his last. The offense had 248 points for, while the defense gave up 128 points.

RivalriesEdit

ScheduleEdit

DateTimeOpponentRankSiteTVResultAttendance
September 63:20 p.m.No. 9 PurdueNo. 11ABCW 31–1059,075
September 202:30 p.m.No. 14 MichiganNo. 8
  • Notre Dame Stadium
  • Notre Dame, IN (rivalry)
W 29–2759,075
October 41:00 p.m.at Michigan StateNo. 7W 26–2176,821
October 112:30 p.m.No. 13 MiamiNo. 7
  • Notre Dame Stadium
  • Notre Dame, IN
W 32–1459,075
October 182:30 p.m.ArmyNo. 5
  • Notre Dame Stadium
  • Notre Dame, IN (rivalry)
W 30–359,075
October 2510:35 p.m.at ArizonaNo. 4W 20–356,211
November 11:30 p.m.vs. NavyNo. 3W 33–076,891
November 81:30 p.m.at Georgia TechNo. 1T 3–341,266
November 153:50 p.m.at No. 5 AlabamaNo. 6ABCW 7–078,873
November 221:30 p.m.Air ForceNo. 2
  • Notre Dame Stadium
  • Notre Dame, IN
W 24–1059,075
December 63:50 p.m.at No. 17 USCNo. 2ABCL 3–2082,663
January 1, 19812:00 p.m.vs. No. 1 GeorgiaNo. 7ABCL 10–1777,895

RosterEdit

1980 Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team roster
Players Coaches
Offense
Pos. # Name Class
G 65 Burger, BobBob Burger Sr
WR 80 Condeni, DaveDave Condeni Jr
QB 2 Courey, MikeMike Courey Sr
TE 81 Detmer, MartyMarty Detmer Sr
WR 1 Dickerson, TyTy Dickerson Sr
WR 31 Holohan, PetePete Holohan Sr
G 78 Huffman, TimTim Huffman Sr
QB, P 5 Kiel, BlairBlair Kiel Fr
QB 13 Knaflec, GregGreg Knaflec Sr
TE 86 Masztak, DeanDean Masztak Jr
T 71 Pozderac, PhilPhil Pozderac Jr
C 57 Scully, JohnJohn Scully Sr
TE 95 Vehr, NickNick Vehr Sr
Defense
Pos. # Name Class
DT 94 Bock, TomTom Bock Jr
CB 9 Brown, ChrisChris Brown Fr
LB 43 Crable, BobBob Crable Jr
S 22 Duerson, DaveDave Duerson So
FS 20 Fasano, AngeloAngelo Fasano Sr
CB 27 Gibbons, TomTom Gibbons Sr
DE 92 Gramke, JoeJoe Gramke Jr
CB 19 Krimm, JoshJosh Krimm Jr
DT 72 Muncy, KenKen Muncy So
LB 45 Rice, JohnJohn Rice Jr
DE 70 Zettek, ScottScott Zettek Sr
Special teams
Pos. # Name Class
K 3 Oliver, HerryHerry Oliver Jr
Head coach
Coordinators/assistant coaches

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • Cruz Roja.svg Injured
  • Redshirt.svg Redshirt

Game summariesEdit

PurdueEdit

by Quarter1234 Total
Purdue 0 10 0 0 10
Notre Dame 10 7 7 7 31

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MichiganEdit

by Quarter1234 Total
Michigan 0 14 7 6 27
Notre Dame 0 14 6 9 29

[3]


ArmyEdit

by Quarter1234 Total
Army 0 0 3 0 3
• Notre Dame 0 17 6 7 30

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[4]



Air ForceEdit

by Quarter1234 Total
Air Force 3 0 0 7 10
Notre Dame 0 3 14 7 24

[5]


Team players drafted into the NFLEdit

  • Blair Kiel – 1984 / Round: 11 / Pick: 281 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Dave Duerson – 1983 / Round: 3 / Pick: 64 Chicago Bears

Awards and honorsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Notre Dame Yearly Results (1985-1989)". College Football Data Warehouse. David DeLassus. http://www.cfbdatawarehouse.com/data/active/n/notre_dame/1985-1989_yearly_results.php. Retrieved July 26, 2015.
  2. Palm Beach Post. 1980 Sept 7.
  3. "Last-Play, 51-Yard Kick Gets Irish Past Michigan." Palm Beach Post. 1980 Sept 21.
  4. Gadsden Times. 1980 Oct 19. Retrieved 2018-Oct-19.
  5. Eugene Register-Guard. 1980 Nov 23.
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