However, according to the Fort Wayne (IN) Journal Gazette, Irish athletic director Jack Swarbrick has officially cancelled the games against Michigan from 2015-17.
Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon made it clear that it was not his idea via Twitter:
With Notre Dame's "non-football" move the ACC, schedule flexibility is sure to be a lot more difficult: The Irish will play five members from the ACC each season and want to hold its series against Navy, Stanford and USC.
"The decision to cancel games in 2015-17 was Notre Dame's and not ours. ...We value our rivalry with Notre Dame but will have to see what the future holds for any continuation of the series."
It's unlikely that they end the series with Michigan State or Purdue, either, as the schools have met on the field 75 and 83 times, respectively.
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