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Topic - Everett Golson
Tommy Rees is Notre Dame's starting quarterback again.
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly isn't ready to name a starting quarterback for 2013 _ or 2014.
Tommy Rees has been Notre Dame's go-to guy when the Fighting Irish get in a jam. And they're certainly in one now.
On the way to the national championship game, everything seemed to go Notre Dame's way in 2012.
Everett Golson is out for at least the fall semester at Notre Dame, saying he has been suspended by the university for what he called poor academic judgment.
Quarterback Everett Golson is no longer enrolled at Notre Dame.
Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson is expecting a lot more of himself and the Fighting Irish offense next season.
Coaches bailing out on their teams is nothing new. Neither is saying one thing and doing the opposite. It's practically an occupational hazard.
One of the last things Manti Te'o remembers Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly telling his team before the BCS title game was about the importance of four particular segments of play.
Eddie Lacy, AJ McCarron and the No. 2 Crimson Tide rolled top-ranked Notre Dame 42-14 for the BCS championship Monday night, locking up a second straight national title and third in four years with another laugher of a title game.
Nick Saban has a charity called Nick's Kids Fund.
Everett Golson's first love is basketball. Music would seem to be second on the Notre Dame quarterback's list.
When No. 1 Notre Dame lines up on offense Monday night in the BCS championship, the team on the other side of the ball will look a little familiar.
When Everett Golson sees a piano, he usually sits down and starts entertaining. He plays several instruments, keeps a keyboard in his room and loves to sing.
Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart runs the stingiest defense in the country when it comes to yards allowed, but sees a bunch of challenges in preparing for Notre Dame.
He had previously said he was suspended for using poor academic judgment, but in an interview with Sports Illustrated he specified that it came during a test.(AP Photo/Joe Raymond, File)
Golson says he was suspended from the university for the fall semester for using "poor judgment on a test."