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Golson leaves Notre Dame; rumors suggest he will be the South Carolina QB

Everett Golson (courtesy Notre Dame)

Quarterback Everett Golson has announced he is transferring from Notre Dame for his final season of eligibilty.

The 22-year-old Myrtle Beach native has been rumored to be going back to his home state of South Carolina to play for the Gamecocks and Steve Spurrier.

Golson ends an up-and-down career under head coach Brian Kelly that included a trip to the 2013 National Championship Game vs. Alabama and a 2014 trip to the Music City Bowl against LSU.

His first season in 2011,  Golson was redshirted in favor of sophomore quarterback Tommy Rees led the Notre Dame Fighting Irish to an 8-5 record.

In May 2013, it was reported that Golson was suspended from Notre Dame because of an academic violation.

His statistics at Notre Dame:


Passing Rushing
2011 Redshirt
2012 187 318 58.8 2,405 12 6 131.8 94 298 3.2 6
2013 Not Enrolled
2014 256 427 60.0 3,445 29 14 143.6 114 283 2.5 8
Totals 443 745 59.5 5,850 41 20 137.7 208 581 2.4 14

**Statistical information courtesy of Wikipedia Commons**


Everett Golson back in school at Notre Dame


Quarterback Everett Golson has been readmitted to Notre Dame after being suspended for the fall semester.

On Friday, December 13, 2013, Notre Dame announced that Golson has been readmitted, but will not be able to practice nor travel with the team for the Pinstripe Bowl.

In May of 2013, it was reported that Golson withdrew from Notre Dame because of an academic violation and other reasons. Assistant vice president for public information and communications said in an email: “Everett is not enrolled at Notre Dame. Federal law and our own policies preclude us from discussing specifics.”

At the time of his suspension, Golson admitted to having made “poor judgment on a test.”
In his first season as the starting quarterback, Golson accomplished much for coach Brian Kelly’s explosive  offensive unit. He was 187-of-318 passing the football for 2,405 yards with 12 touchdowns, 6 interceptions, and a pass efficiency rating 131.8. Golson also rushed for 299 yards and 6 touchdowns on 94 carries. His longest pass play of the season went for 50 yards to wideout John Goodman. Golson’s Fighting Irish finished the season ranked No. 3 by the USA Today Poll and No. 4 by the Associated Press Top 25 Poll with a record of 12-1.

Golson is from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Former UC star QB Tony Pike trying to make Bengals


Tony Pike (photo by BH photography courtesy UC athletics)

Tony Pike played his high school football at Cincinnati Reading. He continue his career in college at Cincinnati engineering Brian Kelly’s fast paced-offensive sets.

As the Bearcats quarterback, Pike threw for 5,018 yards and 49 touchdowns and was drafted in the 6th round of the 2010 draft by the NFL’s Carolina Panthers.

But things never panned out in down in Charlotte, home of the Panthers. They also drafted Notre Dame’s Jimmy Claussen and then Auburn’s Cam Newton.

So, with an overflow of quarterbacks and the fact that Pike had elbow problems, the Panthers waived him last August and gave him an injury settlement.

Last week, Pike found him back in his hometown of Cincinnati trying to earn a spot on the Bengals roster by going through the team’s rookie mini-camp.

Pike had a third operation on his throwing arm and spent last season rehabbing, he felt confident to accept the Bengals invitation for a tryout.

Info compiled from Cincinnati Bengals, Radio & TV news

Coombs replaces Sheridan on Buckeyes football staff


Kerry Coombs (courtesy of UC athletics)

Kerry Coombs, the associate head football coach for the Cincinnati Bearcats, has been selected by Urban Meyer to replace Bill Sheridan, who left to go to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and take over the job of defensive coordinator on February 16.

Coombs’ responsibilities at UC was to coordinate the pass defense and special teams. He spent five years with the Bearcats program under Brian Kelly and current head coach Butch Jones.

Coombs helped lead Cincinnati Colerain High School to the 2004 Division I Ohio football championship and four semifinal appearances.


Info compiled from U of Cincinnati, Radio & TV news

Top QB prospect Kiel chooses Notre Dame


(clipart by OCAL courtesy of

The nation’s top quarterback recruit, Gunner Kiel has decided to attend Notre Dame and play for head coach Brian Kelly.

Last year, Kiel said that he would go to Indiana, where his brother played and recently verbally committed to LSU.

Many scouting services has rated Kiel as the top QB recruit in the nation.

In 2011 at Columbus East High School in Indiana, he passed for 2,517 yards, 28 touchdowns and rushed for 428 yards and 11 scores.

In his career, he threw for over 7,175 yards.


Info compiled from Radio, TV & Scouting news

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