Found July 20, 2013 on
By now it is pretty much common knowledge that Notre Dame is going to be missing quarterback Everett Golson this season due to 'poor academic judgement'--whatever that is. Golson has already professed that he is going to return to South Bend much to the delight of the Fighting Irish Faithful.
However, what many of them may not know is that the guy they are going to be getting back is going to be s much better than the one they knew.
It is not a done deal yet, but there is a solid chance that Golson is going to get some work in with quarterback coach/guru George Whitfield Jr. sometime in the near future.
Those of you that know the name understand what a big deal this can be for Golson. For those that don't know it, Whitfield has coached/helped develop some of the best quarterbacks in the game today. Among his client are guys like Ben Roethlisberger, Andrew Luck, Cam Newton, and last year's Heisman trophy winner, Johnny Maziel.
So, yeah, this guy k...
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It has been nearly eight weeks since Everett was removed from the University of Notre Dame for “poor academic judgment,” but we have yet to learn a great deal about what he will be doing or where he will be going this fall as he serves a semester suspension from the school.
However, we did get a little bit of information today — he is considering working with renowned quarterbacks...
The week after Everett Golson's 2013 expulsion/suspension was confirmed I was fortunate enough to discuss what the aftermath might be with not one, but two former Notre Dame quarterbacks - Matt Mulvey & Evan Sharpley. Mulvey spent two years playing alongside Tommy Rees and roomed with Everett Golson during road games in 2011. Mulvey provides can't miss weekly QB insights...
Notre Dame commit and four-star receiver Justin Brent of Speedway (Ind.) Indianapolis High plans to enroll in January, and he spoke to IrishEyes.com about his decision.
Four Notre Dame skill positions will again make up the basis of head coach Brian Kelly's Irish offense, with two wide receivers, a tight end, and a running back involved in the majority of the snaps. But it's the fifth position and fifth player, either a slot receiver, second tight end, or a runner/slot hybrid that will help determine the offense's success over the long haul in 2013.
Friday is the last day of preseason award watch lists in college football, and Notre Dame closed out strong.