Sep 9, 2012, 3:40 PM EST
After posting a 20-17 victory over Purdue on Saturday, Notre Dame is 2-0 for the first time since 2008. As always, the Fighting Irish Digital Media crew has complete coverage from the game available on the Notre Dame Athletics YouTube channel.
FIDM caught up with kicker Kyle Brindza down on the field after his game-winning field goal.
A special game day edition of Irish Connection, featuring highlights from the sidelines and post-game locker room celebration, including quarterback Tommy Rees leading the Irish in the singing of the Notre Dame Victory March.
…and here are the highlights compiled from NBC’s broadcast.
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- RT @NDfidm: A closer look at two big plays in the 2nd half for @NDFootball vs. Louisville via #ICON - watchnd.tv/#!/videos/owa3… 18 hours ago
- Louisville downs the football for the 2nd time, ND does not have any time outs remaining. Cardinals escape with the victory, 31-28. #LOUvsND 19 hours ago
- Pass is broken up. Kyle Brindza's 32 yard FG sails wide right with 51 seconds remaining in the game. ND trails, 31-28. #LOUvsND 19 hours ago
- Pass interference call will bring the Irish down to the 10 yard line and a new set of downs with 1:42 remaining in the game, ND trails 31-28 19 hours ago
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- Fencing. Notre Dame Finishes Day One of Penn State Open With Three Medalists
- Football. Notre Dame Football vs. Louisville Postgame Quotes
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- Football. Irish Fall to Louisville, 31-28
- W. Soccer. #12/11 Clash With #5 Texas A&M In NCAA Championship Third Round Sunday
- M. Basketball. Notre Dame Men's Basketball Postgame Notes
- W. Basketball. #3/2 Irish Face Holy Cross Sunday In Hall Of Fame Challenge Opener
- Cross Country. Irish Women Finish 29th At NCAA Championships, Add All-American To Ranks