Notre Dame and Army last met in 2010 at Yankee Stadium. Where they will meet next appears to be the main stumbling block to the series' return.
Army athletic director Boo Corrigan told the (Middletown, N.Y.) Times Herald-Record's Sal Interdonato that a future series with the Irish is in the works and could be announced soon.
"We're working through details with the University of Notre Dame on a series," Corrigan said. "It's coming in the future. We're excited about a series that we are going to play with them."
Asked where the games would be played, Corrigan said, "My place (Michie Stadium), their place (South Bend), the Yankees' place, wherever else. We are in the final throes."
Notre Dame leads the all-time series 38-8-4, but the schools have played just four times since 1995.
Corrigan, who graduated from Notre Dame in 1990 and later spent five years as an associate AD there, was hired as Army's AD in 2011.