Originally posted on College Spun  |  Last updated 5/22/13
und.com Notre Dame tight end Jake Golic, son of ESPN’s Mike Golic, will be transferring to the University of Cincinnati for his final year of eligibility. Golic graduated from ND this past year, and therefore will be able to play for the Bearcats immediately.  His father announced his son’s decision on his radio show, “MIke & Mike in the morning”. Jake himself then tweeted out the news: Can’t thank the ND family enough for all the love and support over the last 4 years at ND. You have made it a pleasure to be Irish! — Jake Golic (@JGolic88) May 21, 2013 With that being said, I am incredibly excited about the opportunity of attending the University of Cincinnati and being a #bearcat! — Jake Golic (@JGolic88) May 21, 2013 Golic played sparingly in his time with the Irish, making appearances in just four games in his four seasons. He’ll surely be looking to make a bigger impact at Cincinnati this upcoming season.
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