Notre Dame football’s 2023 projected starting lineup, depth chart

The first week of the college football season in 2023.

will include a matchup between Navy and Notre Dame, which will occur on the last Saturday of August. The game will take place in Dublin.

Since Notre Dame began the 2012 campaign with their first game outside of the United States, this contest may be considered a home game for the school. They trounced the Navy that day, 50-10, and they will seek to do it again when the 2023 season begins 2023.

The following week, Notre Dame will play their first game at home, against an FCS opponent for the first time, when Tennessee State comes to town. After that, there is a genuine away game at North Carolina State, followed by a home game against Central Michigan on September 16.

When Ohio State visits Notre Dame Stadium a week later, it will be one of the most anticipated games to take place there in a significant amount of time. The following two games for USC will be on the road, against formidable opponents Duke and Louisville, before the team travels to South Bend on October 14.

Following a bye week that was much earned, the Irish will finish the month of October by playing home to Pitt, and then they will be on the road to take on Clemson to begin November.

After that, Notre Dame will have another week off before playing their last home game of the season against Wake Forest in 2023. After that, they will make their traditional journey to California to finish the regular season by playing at Stanford during Thanksgiving.

In preparation for the next season, we are attempting to forecast the Notre Dame roster in order of preference for each position. We are now less than six weeks from the start of the season, and the following is our best prediction as to how things will stand going into autumn camp.

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