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Notre Dame highlights Pitt's 2015 schedule

| Friday, April 19, 2013, 4:45 p.m.

Pitt will play Notre Dame at Heinz Field in 2015 as part of its nonconference football schedule, the schools announced Friday. The game will mark the second time in three seasons the Irish will visit Pittsburgh. Notre Dame plays here Nov. 9 this season.

As part of its agreement to join the ACC, Notre Dame will play five conference schools each year on a nonconference basis. The Irish will face every team at least once in the first three-year rotation of games (2014-2016).

Pitt also announced several other non-conference games, including 2014 games at home against Iowa, Akron and Delaware and a visit to Florida International. Besides Notre Dame, Pitt will play one other home game against an unannounced opponent in ‘15, plus travel to Iowa and Akron.

The only non-conference opponent announced for 2016 is Penn State at Heinz Field.

Here is Pitt's ACC schedule for the next three seasons:


Home: Duke, Georgia Tech, Syracuse, Virginia Tech

Away: Miami, North Carolina, Virginia, TBA (Atlantic Division Opponent)


Home: Miami, North Carolina, Virginia, TBA (Atlantic Division Opponent)

Away: Duke, Georgia Tech, Syracuse, Virginia Tech


Home: Duke, Georgia Tech, Syracuse, Virginia Tech

Away: Miami, North Carolina, Virginia, TBA (Atlantic Division Opponent)

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