Found June 03, 2013 on FatManWriting:
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 football this fall--just not in South Bend or anywhere else you would expect. Coach: You know you messed up; Golson: Yes, coach. Recently Golson visited Riverside Community College (a junior college) in California. There is no word on whether he has started the enrollment process or anything, but it would not be shocking to see him playing their (or another JuCo) this fall. With the NCAA rules the way they are he could play for a lower level college (than Division I)--like a JuCo--without having to sit out a year or messing up his eligibility. So why not keep playing? On one hand it so...
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