Start time, TV and watch online

The Notre Dame soccer team takes on North Carolina in Week 4 and here is all the information you need for this preseason clash.

Notre Dame Football (1-2) will travel to Chapel Hill this weekend to take on undefeated North Carolina’s Tar Heels. The Irish appear as slight underdogs this weekend, with North Carolina a 1.5-point favorite. This will be a big test for the Irish defense as they face a very successful offensive by Tar Heel.

This will be a match between the Notre Dame defense and the North Carolina offense. North Carolina is led by red-shirt quarterback Drake Maye. The Tar Heel offense comes into play averaging 51.3 points per game and 547 total yards per game.

This will be by far the best defense the Tar Heels have faced this year when the Irish come to town. Who will win the duel between the strengths of these two teams on Saturday? Here’s all the information you need to get in the mood for this road test for the Irish.

Here’s how you can watch Notre Dame Football vs. North Carolina:

Who: Notre Dame Fighting Irish at North Carolina Tar Heels

When: Saturday, 09/24/2022

Time: 3:30 p.m. ET

Where: Kenan Memorial Stadium, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

TV channel: ABC

Live broadcast: Football TV

Notre Dame football will look to build on last week’s 24-17 win over Cal. Quarterback Drew Pyne will make his second career start and first start on the road. He’s looking to get off to a much better start than he did against Cal last week. Look to offensive coordinator Tommy Rees to get Pyne in early with some easy finishes to build some confidence.

This will be a bad-on-bad battle as the Irish offense meets Tar Heels defense. Both teams are hoping this will be a good game for their side of football. For the Irish fans we are all hoping it will be a good game for Notre Dame offense as they look to take a step in the right direction and build positive momentum as they head into next week next weekend.

Overall, this game will be won in the trenches and Notre Dame must dominate both sides of the ball up front.

I think it’s a game where Notre Dame has a chance to win, but the defense has to go lightless and force a few turnovers and give the Irish offense a few short squares to place a few touchdowns on the board. This will be another 4 quarter game that will result in another last minute drive. Will the Irish prevail on Saturday? Tune in to find out.

Leave a Comment