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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**


Former Notre Dame & NFL QB Kiel dies at 50


(By Xyzzy n via wikipedia commons)

Former Notre Dame quarterback Blair Kiel died Sunday night in Columbus, Indiana.

Kiel was also a punter in the NFL for Tampa Bay, Indianapolis and Green Bay.

Kiel was just 50 years old. The cause of death has not been determined.

Kiel played for the Fighting Irish from 1980 to 1983 and in the NFL from 1984 to 1991.

His nephew, Gunner Kiel, is a freshman quarterback at Notre Dame.

Kiel’s NFL stats look this way, 108-193 passing attempts for 56 percent completion, 75.4% passing rating, 1,296 yards, 8 touchdowns and 7 interceptions.


Info compiled from NFL, Radio & TV news

Notre Dame joining Hockey East; gets NBC TV deal


(courtesy of Hockey East via wikipedia commons)

The Hockey East Conference is very strong. Its member’s include: Boston College, Boston University, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Massachusetts-Lowell, Merrimack, New Hampshire, Northeastern University, Providence College and Vermont.

The league just got stronger with the addition of Notre Dame.

The Fighting Irish are leaving the lame-duck Central Collegiate Hockey Association for Hockey East beginning with the 2013-14 season. The program will get much-needed national exposure with a TV deal with NBC.

NBC, which has been airing Notre Dame football games for more than twenty years, will televise Irish hockey, and will also add the other Hockey East teams as needed.

Details of the TV deal are not completed.

Notre Dame, which has been a member of the CCHA since 1992, will become the 11th member of Hockey East.


Info compiled from Hockey East Conference & Notre Dame athletic news

Notre Dame turns tables on Buckeyes to split weekend series

Anders Lee (courtesy of Notre Dame athletics)

Eighth-ranked Notre Dame scored three goals in a span of around five minutes to beat Ohio State 4-1 on Saturday night in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association in Value City Arena.

Anders Lee scored twice, with 22 seconds remaining in the first period and and scored again just 1:28 into the second period for the Irish who gained a split in the weekend series.

His teammate Ben Ryan also scored for the Irish.

The Fighting Irish improve to 16-9-3, 13-6-1-1.

The Buckeyes suffering just their second loss in the nine games, drops to 13-10-2, 8-8-2-2.

Shane Sims scored for Ohio State on the power-play.

Schneider leads hockey Buckeyes over #8 Irish on Friday

Cory Schneider (courtesy of OSU athletics)

Cory Schneider had three assists Friday night as a 6-1 win over #8 Notre Dame at Value City Arena.

Ohio State is improving every game. Their record is 13-9-2 overall, 8-7-2-2 in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association and have won seven games in its last nine games.

The Fighting Irish drop to 15-9-3, 12-6-1-1 in the CCHA.

It has taken all of the Buckeyes several games to get use to the demanding  coaching style of Mark Osiecki and his new staff but it is finally sinking in.

Cal Heeter made 35 saves in goal for Ohio State.

compiled from Ohio State athletics news

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