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Notre Dame fans are bracing themselves to start the season without the guy that led them to a BCS title game last season, but they can rest assured that Everett Golson is going to be working on his game while he is gone. In fact, the news is pretty encouraging.
He's going to be working with noted quarterback guru George Whitfield.
The news that he may work with Whitfield broke during the summer, but at the time it was just at the talking stage. Apparently they are done talking about it and Golson will be joining Whitfield in San Diego after all.
"I talked to (Golson) yesterday, he's been working out in Chicago," Notre Dame Head Coach Brian Kelly said. "His plan right now is to spend some time with George Whitfield...He's planning on spending probably two months out there in San Diego."Whitfield has a heck of a reputation having worked with a number of NFL quarterbacks like Andrew Luck, Ben Roethlisberger, and Cam Newton. Clips of Whitfield working with Johnny Manziel in the surf or blindfolded.But why not work on his academics since he is suspended from school for 'poor academic judgement?'"He does not need to take any classes," Kelly said. "His advising has been such that he's not really needed to take any classes."If you don't need to you don't need to. Might as well work on his football game than with one of the best personal coaches around. Should Whitfield work his magic with Golson like he has with many others the future of Notre Dame football is going to be just a little bit brighter.
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