Texas A&M and Notre Dame have announced that they will play a home-and-home series in 2024 and 2025, the Irish announced.

The two teams last clashed in 2000 and 2001.

These two contests between Notre Dame and Texas A&M figure to be excellent intersectional attractions,” says Notre Dame AD Jack Swarbrick in a press release. “We had set a goal of adding representation from the Southeastern Conference to our future schedules, and we’ve accomplished that with the addition of this series, as well as the one with Georgia.

The Irish will also play Georgia in 2017 and 2019, and a closer-t0-home clash with Ohio State in 2022 and 2023.

BOTTOM LINE: This game is a huge validation of what the Aggies have been doing in the SEC over the last two seasons, and the power shift away from its hated rival, Texas. Kevin Sumlin has built a powerhouse team, and although we’ve got no clue how both teams are going to be in the next ten years, we can guarantee one thing: An absolute sell-out. And thank God both of the games aren’t in Jerryworld.

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