Notre Dame wins 45-32 on the road against North Carolina and evens the record at 2-2.
SOUTH BEND, Ind – The Irish take on the fifth ranked offense in the country but the tables turn as Notre Dame puts up 45 points in the win.
Notre Dame manages to put up 576 yards of total offense, while holding UNC to 367 total yards of offense.
Quarterback Drew Pyne gets his second start and throws for three touchdowns on 289 yards.
Audric Estime rushed 17 times for 134 yards and two touchdowns.
Chris Tyree scored one touchdown on 104 total yards.
Logan Diggs scored one touchdown on 115 total yards.
Michael Mayer accounted for one touchdown on 88 yards.
Lorenzo Styles got in on the action, with one touchdown and 50 yards.
Defensively the Irish totaled six sacks, two of which coming from Rylie Mills.
Notre Dame goes into the bye week after the win, before taking on BYU in the Shamrock Series, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
"Extremely happy for our group of guys and our coaching staff, to go out and play. For an entirety of a game we played really, really well. We played really well," said Head Coach Marcus Freeman.
"Our offense went out there and executed. We scored on a lot of drives and that all starts with our o-line. Our O-lineman has played and worked so hard and Coach Hiestand gets them in a great position to be able to go out there and succeed and those guys play their tails off for our backs and myself and for our whole team and I think, it's just an all around great team win," said Quarterback Drew Pyne.