The Michigan State–Notre Dame football Competition is an American college football rivalry between the Michigan State Spartans and Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
The first game between the groups took place on November 25, 1897. Notre Dame leads the series 47–29–1.
Since 1949, the teams competed to the Megaphone Trophy, a trophy introduced by the Alumni Clubs of Notre Dame and Michigan State to be introduced to the winner of the match.  Notre Dame leads the Megaphone Trophy series 33–27–1.
The Notre Dame side of this decoration is blue, while the Michigan State side is green, and the year of this game and teams' respective scores running down the center. The current trophy is the third trophy as the prior two trophies no longer have space for the various games to be included.
The rivalry includes several notable games, like the 1966 game, arguably among the greatest college football games ever played. Notre Dame now leads the set. Games played before 1949 also show up on the trophy to commemorate the series.  Notre Dame is the present holder of the decoration, using a 38–18 success on September 23, 2017. They'll hold the Megaphone Trophy until 2026 when the 2 teams are scheduled to perform again
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