Notre Dame (6-28-1):
Over the course of history, Georgia Tech has very minimal success against the Fighting Irish. Since the first game between the two programs in 1922, Notre Dame has won 28 of 35 affairs. The longest winning streak for any school in the series was a six-game streak by Notre Dame from 1922 to 1927.
The Jackets have never won more than one game at any point with a victory coming on average, every 15-years. The last Jacket victory came in 2007 with a dominating 33-3 victory in South Bend over than Charlie Weis’s Fighting Irish. The two schools last met in 2015 when Notre Dame pulled out 30-22 victory in South Bend.
The two programs haven’t faced each other consistently since the late 60s to the early 80s. That will change, however. The two schools are already set to face each other in the future as the two schools have an agreement to face each other in 2020, 2021, 2024, 2027, 2029, 2032, and 2036. With seven more matchups over the next 20 years, there will be plenty of chances for Tech to narrow that record all-time against the Irish.
Even if the Jackets won each of the next seven matchups, the Irish would hold 15 more wins in the series all-time against Tech.