Until 2014, the Purdue-Notre Dame game was an in-state rivalry clash that occurred on an annual basis. In a few years, it looks like the schools will briefly return to that model.

Purdue and Notre Dame announced on Thursday that five games would be added to the series between the Boilermakers and the Irish, meaning the head-to-head clash will be played annually from 2024-2028. The two teams will also meet in 2021.

Purdue and Notre Dame were scheduled to clash in 2020, but once alterations were made to the schedule, that game was dropped and a longer, annual series was implemented.

Games in 2021, 2025 and 2027 will be played in South Bend while West Lafayette will host the contests in 2024, 2026 and 2028.

The in-state rivals have clashed 86 times with the Irish leading the series 58-26-2, including victories in the last seven games.

The two teams last met in 2014 in Lucas Oil Stadium as part of the Shamrock Series. Notre Dame went on the defeat the Boilermakers 30-14.