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Suspended Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson revealed why he was suspended from the school this semester in a video interview with Sports Illustrated on Tuesday.
Golson admitted that the punishment was in direct correlation to him getting caught cheating on a test.
"I had poor judgment on a test. It wasn't due too poor grades or anything like that," Golson told Andy Staples of Sports Illustrated.
"Did you cheat on the test?" Staples asked.
"Yeah, something like that," Golson responded.
"That's what it was."
Rumors had been swirling for months about what the cause was for Golson's suspension. Now, it finally appears as though we have our answer.
The plan is for Golson to return to Notre Dame and the football team in January.
Golson said he is looking forward to the opportunity of getting back in the classroom and redeeming himself after the self-confessed lack of judgement.
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