Last season, Everett Golson settled into the quarterback spot as the clear-cut starter, especially towards the end of the season. However, at the beginning of 2012, Tommy Rees was neck-and-neck with Golson to lead the offense. Now that the Blue-Gold spring game is in the books, can Reese find a way to legitimately get back into the discussion?
Spring games are always hit or...
Jaylon Smith, the #2 ranked OLB prospect, and #5 overall, headlines the 2013 Notre Dame recruiting class.
National Signing Day 2013 couldn’t really have gone any better for Notre Dame football.
The team was able to obtain National Letters of Intent from all 23 of its recruits, and it’s still possible another may come from 5-star defensive lineman prospect Eddie Vanderdoes (as...
When Everett Golson sees a piano, he usually sits down and starts entertaining. He plays several instruments, keeps a keyboard in his room and loves to sing.
Music is a huge part of his life, perhaps only topped by basketball.
And in Golson's spare time, he plays quarterback for Notre Dame.
''He's pretty good at his hobby,'' Notre Dame offensive coordinator...
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January 04, 2013
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly says Everett Golson is maturing steadily and growing into the quarterback the Fighting Irish need him to be.
Golson has a powerful arm and quick feet but he also makes mistakes that are sometimes hard to overcome. But the mistakes are dwindling and the big plays are growing. Kelly is counting on him to be a key factor as the Fighting Irish (9-0) try...
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November 07, 2012
In its bid to remain undefeated and in the National Championship hunt, Notre Dame football played a sloppy, mistake filled game against the Panthers of Pittsburgh, but came out on top in triple overtime 26-23. Notre Dame is now 9-0 for the first time in nearly twenty years, and remains a player in the BCS.
Despite the victory, all of Irish nation must be wondering how this team,...
Notre Dame football is officially back, boys and girls. There’s no getting around it now.
On the road. Against an offense averaging 44 points per game. A redshirt freshman quarterback against a defense allowing 15 points per game. All of this added up to what most thought would be the unraveling a Fighting Irish football team that had outplayed that talent it actually had.
Notre Dame football enters what most consider to be the biggest test of its 2012 BCS legitimacy on Saturday at 8:00 pm as the Fighting Irish take on #8 Oklahoma at Norman.
This will Notre Dame’s first contest against Oklahoma since 1999 and it’s first in Norman since 1968. The Irish don’t have a long, drawn out historical rivalry with the Sooners like they do against USC, Michigan...
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly says quarterback Everett Golson did well during a full workout and will start for the the No. 5 (in BCS Standings) Fighting Irish at No. 8 Oklahoma on Saturday.
Kelly said Tuesday that Golson is at 100 percent. Kelly benched Golson against Brigham Young last week as a precaution, saying he wanted to give him more time to recover from a concussion sustained...
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October 23, 2012