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credit: getty images Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson will miss the 2013 season but plans to return in 2014. Golson released the following statement. “I have been informed by the University of Notre Dame that due to my poor academic judgment that I have been suspended from the University for the 2013 Fall Term,” Golson said. “I take full responsibility for my poor choices and will do all that is asked of me to regain the trust of my family, friends, teammates, coaches and the entire Notre Dame community. My parents and the community I grew up in have instilled values in me that have and will continue to allow me to be successful in the future. There have been many lessons learned as I worked to become the starting quarterback at Notre Dame and each was a result of Coach (Brian) Kelly’s belief in me as an athlete and a person. At this point, I understand how my integrity could be in question but I want to reassure my supporters that through this experience I will return a better...

Golson no longer enrolled at ND

Reports say Everett Golson is no longer enrolled at Notre Dame, though no reason has been given for the change in his status.

Golson exit latest hit to Irish mojo

Notre Dame's aura is gone again. Just like that. It is amazing how every last thing has gone wrong for Notre Dame football dating back to, roughly, opening kickoff of the BCS title game. Alabama knocked Notre Dame off its axis. But the myth they live by in South Bend, and believe in, is that Irish football is above the dirty fingernails of college football. Do things the right...

Everett Golson No Longer Enrolled At Notre Dame

According to multiple reports, Notre Dame starting quarterback Everett Golson is no longer enrolled at the university."Everett is not enrolled at the university. Federal law and our own polices preclude us from discussing specifics," said a Notre Dame spokesman.With high profile recruit Gunner Kiel transferring to Cincinnati prior to spring ball, senior Tommy Rees and junior...

The Fallout: Everett Golson fallout, Mike Slive, Kelly Davidson, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Sunday news and notes.  Gold Dome-it! How are Notre Dame bloggers taking former Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson's departure from the team? About what you'd expect. (One Foot Down) There's a possibility, but no chance. John Infante looks at if former ND quarterback Gunner Kiel could possibly return to South Bend after transferring...

Everett Golson is an ex-Notre Dame quarterback.

Twitter exploded Saturday night with the news that quarterback Everett Golson is no longer a member of the Notre Dame football team. The sources at the school informed South Bend television station WNDU that Golson was "no longer enrolled at the university." Notre Dame confirms starting QB Everett Golson no longer enrolled — WNDU (@WNDU) May 26, 2013...

Gunner Kiel could transfer back to Notre Dame without much issue

The news that Everett Golson is no longer enrolled at Notre Dame has left many people noting the poor timing (and luck) of Gunner Kiel, who decided to transfer to Cincinnati in April. Kiel was a top quarterback recruit entering college. He initially committed to Indiana and then LSU before backing out and deciding to [...]

Will The QB Suspension At Notre Dame Give The Sooners An Edge In South Bend?

The high profile game in South Bend this Fall against Notre Dame will be a big indicator on the national prospects for the Sooners.  If they can sneak into South Bend and get a win against the Irish, it will likely propel the Sooners into the top 10 in the polls.  If they fall, it will likely keep them out of national title contention.  So, the suspension of Irish quarterback...

Gunner Kiel staying at Cincinnati; Everett Golson can return to Notre Dame in 2014

Gunner Kiel shot down speculation that he might return to Notre Dame in light of Everett Golson’s status change. Golson, who started 11 games for the Irish last season as a redshirt freshman, is no longer enrolled at Notre Dame because of an academic violation. The change in Golston’s status sparked speculation that Kiel could [...]

Kelly: 3 QBs will get chance to start

Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly says the suspension of starting quarterback Everett Golson for the fall semester means a three-man competition heading into practices in August.

Notre Dame Starting QB Everett Golson No Longer Enrolled at the School

For a team that played in the National Championship last season…. this is a huge lost. To be (a little) more specific on Everett Golson: An academic violation behind the QB no longer being enrolled at #NotreDame, per sources. — Brian Hamilton (@ChiTribHamilton) May 26, 2013

Brian Kelly articulates Notre Dame QB situation

Everett Golson led the Notre Dame Fighting Irish to the national title game as a sophomore. Obviously, he’s gone now. But could return for the winter quarter possibly. On conference call today, Brian Kelly did not say anything about what other schools are interested in the services of Everett Golson. So for now we say “hey, thanks for coming!” to Everett Golson. Brian Kelly...

Irish likely to turn to Rees

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. Rees likely will become the quarterback Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly turns to now that Everett Golson is out for 2013. Golson disclosed Sunday that he has been suspended by Notre Dame for at least the fall semester for what he said the university called poor...
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