Here’s how you can watch Saturday afternoon’s Duke vs Notre Dame live stream from South Bend online.
Notre Dame lost a tough home game against ole foe Michigan State on Saturday, dropping the Fighting Irish’s overall record to 1-2. The Fighting Irish might be considered ‘out of the race’ in terms of the playoff, but if they win out, that could change.
DeShone Kizer is still putting together a Heisman-like season with 715 yards and nine touchdowns with a 63 percent completion rate. Equanimeous St. Brown has emerged as his top target, catching 15 passes for 243 yards and three touchdowns while Torii Hunter Jr. is a threat, too, when healthy.
Josh Adams has become the team’s top running back through three games as the sophomore has rushed for 178 yards on 5.4 yards per carry. Tarzan Folston is right behind him with 129 yards and a touchdown.
Duke, on the other hand, is starting a freshman at quarterback and Daniel Jones isn’t doing too poorly of a job. Heck, the first-year player is actually impressing, passing for 800 yards and two touchdowns with a 61 percent completion rate through two games.
The Blue Devils are looking for a quick turnaround after a 1-2 start and a more experienced Jones might be the difference. He’s also tied for the team lead in rushing touchdowns with three. Jela Duncan leads the team with 193 rushing yards on 5.5 yards per carry with three scores as well.
Here’s how you can watch Saturday’s Duke vs Notre Dame game online: