Everett GolsonPos: QB // Height: 6-0 // Weight: 170 lbs // Class: 2011 // Hometown: Myrtle Beach, SC (Myrtle Beach HS)
Everett Golson originally committed to North Carolina, but reopened his recruiting when the NCAA began looking at North Carolina. Golson ended up committing to Notre Dame in the December and will start classes on 1/17/10 as an early enrollee.
Everett Golson News Archive
The long journey back to Notre Dame for dismissed quarterback Everett Golson is almost over with the former starting quarterback on the verge of being re-admitted to Notre Dame according to ESPN’s Matt Fortuna. “I’ve been assured that based upon all of the information that has been provided that he’s going to be readmitted on [...]
Notre Dame starting quarterback Tommy Rees admitted to becoming slightly emotional as the crowd at Notre Dame Stadium began to chant his name after taking a knee to run out the clock in the Fighting Irish’s senior day victory over BYU. “That was a special moment,” Rees told reporters after his last game in South [...]
The process of Everett Golson’s reinstatement to the University of Notre Dame appears to be headed down the home stretch with head coach Brian Kelly announcing that Golson has officially reapplied for admission to Notre Dame and that decisions with regards to admissions are generally made in mid December at his weekly press conference on [...]
Former and hopefully future Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson discussed the cheating situation that cost him his junior season as Notre Dame with Sports Illustrated recently. Previously only described as “poor academic judgement”, Golson admitted to SI that the reason that he is no longer enrolled at Notre Dame is because of a “a test situation” [...]
Everett Golson was back in his home town of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina over the holiday weekend and confirmed with local reporters that he will be returning to Notre Dame after being suspended from the University for the fall semester. “I will be returning. I look forward to returning in the spring. That’s pretty much [...]
The signing of Tommy Rees in 2010 brought little fanfare. Though no disrespect was intended, the fact remained there was little reason for Notre Dame fans to notice.
After weeks and weeks of negative news after negative news, Notre Dame fans were treated to some good news on Tuesday when Toledo native and 4-star dual threat quarterback DeShone Kizer committed to Notre Dame. The news was a welcomed change in an off-season that seemingly has been an endless stream of bad news. More [...]
The internet was a buzz earlier this week when news began to circulate that Brian Kelly named Tommy Rees the starting quarterback for the 2013 season. Turns out that that there might still be the obligatory Notre Dame quarterback derby this summer after all and even if Kelly has made that decision, that doesn’t mea [...]
Notre Dame’s 2012 starting quarterback, Everett Golson, apologized to the Notre Dame community on Sunday after news broke late Saturday night that he has been expelled from the University for the fall semester reportedly due to academic reasons. Here is the full text of Golson’s statement where he confirms that he intends on returning to [...]
If the calendar were to read April 1 this headline here would seem like a cruel April’s fool joke. Unfortunately, the calendar reads May 26 and that headline is just another cruel twist to an off-season that has turned into a nightmare for Notre Dame despite being fresh off a championship game appearance in January. [...]
Notre Dame starting quarterback Everett Golson stood in the pocket, ball in hand, and examined his options.
Last edition we rated the following as Bowl Caliber Units – (9) RB, (8) Safety, and (7) OL. There are three units that are New Year’s Day Bowl Caliber as we come out of Spring. (6) Wide Receivers Ah, Davaris Daniels. Since his arrival on campus, the upward arc of his increase in competence has [...]
Notre Dame’s improbable ride to the national championship game ended abruptly on Monday night in Miami. Alabama left no doubt as to who was the better team and sent Notre Dame back home to South Bend with a lot of questions to answer this off-season. Despite a rather disappointing ending to a season far exceeded [...]
In the most anticipated BCS National Championship game of all time undefeated and number one ranked Notre Dame will face the toughest test of their miraculous season against defending champion Alabama. Despite being ranked number one the Irish are nine point underdogs to the Crimson Tide and few experts believe the Irish will win.
The Irish put themselves and their fan base through an emotional rollercoaster on Saturday, but in the end they triumphed over Pitt 29-26 in triple overtime. Notre Dame moves to 9-0 for the first time since 1993, and hold steady at fourth in the AP and coaches polls. The following players led the Irish to [...]
The Irish travelled to Oklahoma double digit underdogs and returned with a signature win to remain undefeated. The Irish knocked off the Sooners 30-13 on the strength of a fourth quarter in which the outscored their hosts 20-7. The hype surrounding the Irish is now at heights not seen in over a decade and the [...]
Notre Dame has its work cut out for it this weekend when they square off with #8 Oklahoma on the road. The 5th ranked Irish head to Norman a double digit underdog despite a top 5 ranking and a goose egg in the loss column at the end of October. The reason for that is [...]
The Irish squeaked by BYU to move to 7-0 on the season and set up their toughest test so far, a trip to Norman to take on the Sooners. College Gameday will be in attendance for the top ten showdown between the fifth ranked Irish and eight ranked Sooners, with BCS implications hanging in the balance. The following [...]
Everett Golson sat out last week’s win over BYU after suffering concussion on the final drive in regulation against Stanford. Despite passing the cognitive tests necessary to play against the Cougars, Brian Kelly opted to rest his first year starter and roll the dice with junior Tommy Rees. This week, however, Golson will be under [...]
Notre Dame starting quarterback Everett Golson was knocked out of yesterday’s game with just under four minutes remaning after sustaining a hit to the helmet that generated an unnecessary roughness penalty. The hit ended up keeping Golson out of the game for the rest of regulation and overtime and on Sunday Brian Kelly revealed that the sophomore [...]
Notre Dame has lost to Stanford the last three years while being tormented by Andrew Luck. Luck is throwing passes on Sundays now, but snapping the Cardinal’s winning streak will take a little more than the luck of the Irish this weekend. Here are the keys to victory for Notre Dame against Stanford. Get Everett [...]
There was a whole lot to like in Notre Dame’s complete and thorough beating of Miami on Saturday night, but here are five things that stood out to me in a night of strong performances for the Irish. Everett Golson’s 1st Half 2-Minute Drill As Brian Kelly mentioned on Saturday night, Everett Golson did a [...]
Despite improving to 4-0 on the season and ending a 3-game losing streak at the hands of rival Michigan, there were plenty of takeaways from Saturday night’s performance that were a little less than encouraging. With a bye week upcoming though, Brian Kelly and Notre Dame will have some time to iron out the kinks [...]
The Notre Dame defense led the Irish to their first win over bitter rival Michigan since 2008 with a dominating performance that carried a sluggish offense that struggled to put points on the board. Here are some notes based on initial review. Offense The game sped up on Everett Golson this week. Golson was progressing [...]
Little late this week, but here are 5 things I liked from this weekend’s victory over Michigan State. We’ll have the 5 things I didn’t like from the game tomorrow before moving on to Michigan. The Return of Cierre Wood Theo Riddick and George Atkinson III filled in admirably for Cierre Wood while he served [...]