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Topic - Malik Zaire
Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson admits to being jittery at the first spring practice last month after being suspended from school last fall for academic impropriety. Returning to the field was a big moment for him.
Malik Zaire believes he will beat out Everett Golson to become Notre Dame's starting quarterback this fall.
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.
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly isn't ready to name a starting quarterback for 2013 _ or 2014.
Zaire said being left-handed is just another obstacle.
"We always talk geared toward the right-handed quarterback. So I'm flipping my brain a lot," he said. "It's just an extra hurdle I jump through."