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Notre Dame-Navy game moved from Ireland

ESPN Tuesday, 2 June 2020
Notre Dame will not open the season against Navy in Dublin, Ireland on Aug. 29, because of the coronavirus pandemic, but they will face each other at Navy-Marine Crops Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md., most likely on Labor Day weekend.
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The Navy vs. Notre Dame football game will be played in Annapolis for the first time in the rivalry's 94-year history.

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