Notre Dame and Michigan extend football series with games in 2033 and 2034

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The Notre Dame-Michigan football series isn’t dead after all, or even in limbo , as it turns out.

You’ll just have to wait and wait and wait for it to resume following Saturday night’s 44th rendition at Michigan Stadium, which had been the last game contracted between the two schools until now.

The University of Michigan on Saturday morning announced two future dates for the series — Sept. 3, 2033, in Ann Arbor, Mich., and Sept. 2, 2034, in South Bend. The teams’ current coaches, ND’s Brian Kelly and the Wolverines’ Jim Harbaugh, would be 71 years old and 69, respectively, at the time of the first of those meetings.

ND trails in the series 18-24-1 record all time.

Notre Dame linebacker Te’von Coney (4) celebrates a big defensive stop against Michigan, Sept. 1, 2018, at Notre Dame Stadium.