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Notre Dame football gameday tips on parking, tailgating, tickets and TV and radio

There are still tickets available for the game vs. Rice, plus other tips on parking, traffic and how to watch the game if you aren’t attending.

Posted on Aug. 29, 2014 at 12:49 p.m.

(Editor’s note: The story has been updated to show the correct price of Notre Dame’s White Field. The Elkhart Truth regrets this error.)

NOTRE DAME — In case you haven’t heard, football season is here.

No. 17-ranked Notre Dame kicks off the season against Rice Saturday, Aug. 30 at Notre Dame Stadium.

What to know about game day:

How can I catch the game?

Kickoff is set for 3:42 p.m. on NBC. The game will also be broadcast on 96.1 FM, 960 AM WSBT and Sunny 101.5 FM and on SiriusXM Satellite Radio channel 129.

Live stats can be found on und.com’s GameTracker.

Any tickets left?

As of Friday afternoon, tickets are still on sale at the Notre Dame box office, which can be accessed online. Tickets are selling for $70. 

If you can’t catch this game, tickets for home games against Purdue (Sept. 13 at Lucas Oil Stadium), Northwestern (Nov. 15) and Louisville (Nov. 22) are still on sale at the Notre Dame ticket office.

Parking

For those who don’t have reserved parking passes, Notre Dame operates two general gameday parking lots: the Burke Golf Course ($30 per vehicle) and the White Field ($30 per vehicle).

Both lots open at 8 a.m. and tailgating parties are allowed at both. A shuttle service runs to and from the White Field beginning at 6 a.m. game day.

Accessible parking is available at the Bulla Lot ($30 per vehicle), west of Twyckenham Drive. A valid state-issued placard or license plate is required. Shuttles will provide transportation to and from the Joyce Center beginning at 8 a.m.

Follow @ndtraffic on Twitter for the latest gameday traffic reports from the Indiana State Police.

Game day tidbits

  • Douglas Road north of campus will be open to two-way traffic on game day, but may be limited at times after the game to expedite outbound traffic from the lots.
  • Notre Dame is implementing a new stadium bag policy, which forbids backpacks, duffel bags and tote bags from entering the stadium. All other small bags, blankets, coats and ponchos are allowed but are subject to inspection.
  • If you plan to tailgate, remember that charcoal grills and kegs are prohibited on university property. 

For a complete list of Notre Dame game day parking maps, activities, events and policies, visit gameday.nd.edu.


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