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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**


MUSIC CITY BOWL preview: Today at 4:30 pm, ET on ESPN, Wake Forest & Mississippi State


(courtesy of bowl via wikipedia commons)

A pair of 6-6 teams will be playing in the Music City Bowl in Nashville (today) on Friday, December 30.

Wake Forest, under head coach Jim Grobe, defied all the predictions in the Atlantic Coast Conference by going to a bowl game. The Demon Deacons were picked to finish last.

The Mississippi State Bulldogs were expected to have a better record and a better bowl. Head coach Dan Mullen has yet to turn things around in Starkville, Mississippi.

Both teams are vying for a winning season.

Wake Forest did not play well down the stretch as they lost four of the last five games. The Demon Deacons are playing in their first bowl game since 2008 and are looking for their first winning season since then.

The Bulldogs are 9-6 in bowl games, which included a 52-14 win over Michigan in last year’s Gator Bowl. This is the second straight year that Mississippi State has made it to a bowl game, the first time since 1999-2000 that the school has gone to back-to-back bowls.


Info compiled from Wake Forest University & Mississippi State University news