Then it's going to cost you.
Pete Roussel of CoachingSearch.com compiled a list of the top college football single-game tickets on StubHub.com and found that the final meeting between the Wolverines and the Irish on Sept. 6 in South Bend, Ind., had a starting cost of $416 per ticket on the secondary market. That number has already gone up - at 5 p.m. Monday, the cheapest StubHub.com ticket for Michigan-Notre Dame began at $500 and topped out at $3,085 for a sideline ticket.
That $419 ticket listed on CoachingSearch.com was about $100 less than a ticket for Alabama-LSU Nov. 8 in Baton Rouge, La. - and $112 more than a ticket for Michigan-Ohio State Nov. 29 in Columbus.
That Michigan-Notre Dame ticket is also a little less than the cost of a few squares of turf from Notre Dame Stadium. FieldTurf is being installed in the facility and the athletic department sold 5-by-2-foot pieces of stadium sod for $149.95 a piece.
An online sale of sod has sold out, per the Notre Dame athletic department website. As if major college programs aren't making enough money in resourceful ways.
But if you can bankroll a trip to South Bend for the last Michigan-Notre Dame game in the foreseeable future, consider this: Hotels go for between $81 a night (in Niles, Mich.) to $600 a night (in South Bend, Ind. - both prices per Travelocity.com)
Know anyone who has tickets? Or who can negotiate a loan?