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Larry Brown Sports:
Everett Golson is not transferring to Riverside Community College to play football, the program’s coach told the Riverside Press-Enterprise. The rumor of Golson, who was dismissed from Notre Dame for the year because of an academic violation, heading to Riverside began when Brad Hoiseth of JCGridiron.com tweeted that Golson was on the RCC campus during [...]
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Ever since the news broke that Notre Dame QB Everett Golson was suspended from school there have been rumors flying around as to what is next for the young man. He continues to insist that he will be back in South Bend next season, but that does not mean that other schools will not try to entice him into transferring.
As it turns out there is a good chance that he could be play...
Many Notre Dame fans have been in a state of panic for the past week. Just last Saturday, the university announced that last year’s starting quarterback, Everett Golson, was no longer enrolled in school, as he had been suspended for exhibiting “poor academic judgment.” Golson later stated that he does intend to return to the Fighting Irish after serving his suspension.
Now without a starting spot or a school, former Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson is reportedly looking at a junior college in California.
Yesterday, it was reported by Rivals’ Brad Hoiseth that Everett Golson, the former Notre Dame quarterback who was recently suspended for “poor academic judgement”, was on campus at Riverside City College. The news led to speculation, given the proximity, that Golson might eventually wind up at USC – a potential bold move given the fact that the two schools are major rivals...
While Notre Dame is still technically a member of the Big East until July 1st, some parts of the transition to its new home are already taking place. Yesterday, a picture of what the Irish’ basketball court looks like with the ACC logo was posted on Reddit.
Definitely makes you do a double take, right?
Conference realignment has upset traditionalists and destroyed many...
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish are preparing to make the jump to the ACC and have updated their basketball court with their new conference's logos.
The college rugby 7s championship is being played in the City of Brotherly Love this weekend giving sports fans in the United States another chance to see the fast paced, hard-hitting action that is one of the most popular games in the world.
With the games being broadcast on NBC folks across the nation got the chance to see the action. What may surprise some is that scenes like...
Wide receiver Erik Brown of Fontana (Calif.) Summit discusses his recent offer from Notre Dame and explains how the Irish plan to use him in their offense. Brown also previews his summer plans and when a final decision could come.
Yesterday, we got a look at what Notre Dame’s basketball court will look like with the ACC logo. Today, we’ve got an even bigger change in decor, this time at Cal.
The Golden Bears unveiled a new secondary logo in early April, which most fans seemed to really like. Good thing, because it’s going to be featured prominently on the basketball court. A Reddit user posted a photo...
O'Malley ranks each of Notre Dame's 25 official positions (special teams count, too), on the basis of starter strength, and both proven and theoretical depth (potential). In a departure from the norm, we begin this countdown at the top...
O'Malley's stream of consciousness preview covering each of Notre Dame's 82 scholarship players for 2013 continues with a trio of signal-callers thrust recently into the spotlight.
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Who knew appearing in a BCS title game would cause all this drama?
That drama of course surrounds the University of Notre Dame, which has seen all the good vibes of the 2012 season washed away by what could only be described as an off-season from hell since the calendar turned to 2013. First it was the Manti Te’o melodrama. Then it...