SOUTH BEND IN - SEPTEMBER 04: The "Golden Dome" is seen on the campus of Notre Dame University before a game between the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Purdue Boilermakers at Notre Dame Stadium on September 4 2010 in South Bend Indiana. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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The ACC was to play a nine-game conference schedule once they expanded to 14 teams, but they have backed off of that stance and are staying with an eight-game league slate.
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Although Notre Dame will remain an independent for football, every ACC fan will get a chance to see their team play the Fighting Irish. Their ACC opponents will rotate every year.
Each ACC school is guaranteed to play Notre Dame in football once out of every three years.— Eric Hansen (@hansenNDInsider) September 12, 2012
There is no word yet on how often a team will get a chance to host the Fighting Irish or how the opponents will rotate, but Notre Dame should be making trips down to Florida soon enough.
Notre Dame is also expected to attempt to keep some of their other rivals on the schedule, including Navy, Stanford and USC. The games that are likely to decrease or be eliminated are those against Midwest teams, like Michigan and Michigan State.