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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Malik Zaire
The first day of spring practice was a bit surreal for Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson.
Quarterback Everett Golson is back at Notre Dame stronger, sturdier and with a much better understanding of offensive concepts than when he led the Fighting Irish to the national championship game more than a year ago, coach Brian Kelly said Friday.
New Notre Dame offensive coordinator Mike Denbrock believes the Fighting Irish finally have the personnel to run the offense coach Brian Kelly likes to run.
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.
Coach Brian Kelly, who has repeatedly said he expects Malik Zaire to challenge Golson for the starter's job, on Monday sounded as though Golson would start.
"At practice sometimes he tends to be a little mechanical and makes some mistakes that you wished he didn't make. But when he gets into competitive situations, he makes plays. You love your quarterback to be a playmaker," he said.