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Everett Golson may not be with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish this season, but that doesn’t mean he won’t be working to get better. Golson who of course will miss the season and a year of school after being expelled in May, will spend two months working with quarterback coach George Whitfield in San Diego this fall, according to Brian Kelly. Whitfield, who runs a quarterback training facility in San Diego, has tutored the likes of Cam Newton, Ben Roethlisberger, and most recently Johnny Manziel. After working with Whitfield the plan is for Everett Golson to return to Notre Dame around Thanksgiving to begin preparing for his return to school. The plan for Golson is to have him return to the team for the 2014 season when he’ll still have two years of eligibility left.
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Suspended QB Everett Golson will not be enrolling at Notre Dame this semester, Dennis Dodd is reporting.
Golson who helped lead the Irish to the National Championship game last year, was suspended for” poor academic judgement.” Coach Brian Kelly has left the door open for his return next season but for now the team will go with Tommy Rees
Autry Denson knows a little bit about what it takes to be a successful Notre Dame football player. Earlier today, the all-time leading Irish rusher decided to share some advice with current captain T.J. Jones ahead of the 2013 season.
Earlier today, this was tweeted out by Jones:
He was promptly teased by Irish fans for “stealing it” — Denson had tweeted the same thing just...
2012 Record: 12-1
Head Coach: Brian Kelly (28-11 at Notre Dame, 199-68-2 All-Time)
Last Bowl Game: 2013 BCS NCG: lost to Alabama 42-14
Stadium: Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, IN (capacity = 80,795)
Home Field Advantage: ranked 7th out of 69 BCS teams
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Neutral Site Games: 10/5 vs Arizona State (Arlington...
Tommy Rees is back as Notre Dame Football's starting quarterback and with that comes a long list of attributed stigmas and preconceived notions regarding his abilities to win football games. Some beliefs are rooted in hard-case evidence while others are often wild exaggerations. Rees seems to understand that scrutiny and overanalysis comes with the territory of any QB in South...
Notre Dame has had an interesting summer, to say the least. The Irish have dealt with recruiting losses, serious injuries, embarrassing drill gaffes, battles with the NCAA, insults from other coaches and programs, and even wardrobe problems. Like I said, an interesting summer.
But there is no question as to which summer event rocked the Notre Dame fan base the most...
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You don't usually end the regular season undefeated and ranked No. 1, and then need to pick up the pieces to start the next season. It was as if Notre Dame won every hand of poker and then went all-in with a pair of twos, losing it all, and more.
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