The Pittsburgh-Notre Dame rivalry is one of the oldest in college football. The two schools first squared off in 1909, and the Irish lead the all-time series 47-21-1.
Dan Marino, who led the Panthers to three top-five finishes in a row between 1979-1981, will attend this Saturday’s game against Notre Dame and serve as Pitt’s honorary captain.
#Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi announces that Dan Marino will be the Panthers’ honorary captain Saturday against Notre Dame.— Sam Werner (@SWernerPG) November 4, 2015
Plenty of Panther greats will be on hand to watch the Panthers clash with the Irish, including Tony Dorsett, Mike Ditka and several others.
In addition to Marino, other #Pitt greats on Saturday: Tony Dorsett, Mike Ditka, Jim Covert, Bill Fralic, John Majors & Jackie Sherrill.— Pitt Football (@GoPittFootball) November 4, 2015
Pittsburgh and Notre Dame will kick things off at Noon ET this Saturday.