Regis Philbin made his love for the University of Notre Dame well known, and now he'll be buried there.
A spokesperson for the college confirmed that the beloved "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee" co-host will be buried at the Cedar Grove Cemetery, which is on the campus of his alma mater in South Bend, Indiana. No date has been set.
The funeral service will take place at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, which is also on campus.
Regis, who passed away on July 24 at the age of 88, was a huge supporter of The Fighting Irish, and he spoke about the college often, even bringing the school's mascot onto his morning talk show. In 2001, he also donated $2.75 million to the school to create the Philbin Studio Theater, a performance art venue on campus.
"Regis regaled millions on air through the years, oftentimes sharing a passionate love for his alma mater with viewers," Notre Dame president Rev. John Jenkins said in a statement. "He will be remembered at Notre Dame for his unfailing support for the university and its mission, including the Philbin Studio Theater in our performing arts center."
TMZ reported Regis, an icon who held the Guinness World Record for most hours on camera on television in the United States, will also be honored in some way by the Notre Dame football team.