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         === Report: Notre Dame QB Golson no longer enrolled ===
 
 South Bend, IN (Sports  Network) - Quarterback Everett Golson, who helped lead
 the  Notre  Dame  Fighting  Irish  to an  undefeated  regular  season  and  an
 appearance  in  the  National  Championship  game,  reportedly  is  no  longer
 enrolled at the school.
 
 According  to  multiple  sources,  Notre Dame  chief  spokesman  Dennis  Brown
 confirmed  the  information late  Saturday night.  Brown cited student privacy
 laws and did not comment as to why the junior-to-be was leaving the school.
 
 Golson  made 11  starts  for the  Fighting  Irish last  season  as a  redshirt
 freshman  and scored  18 touchdowns  to help  Notre Dame  post a  12-0 regular
 season record before falling to Alabama in the National Championship.
 
 He  threw  for 2,405 yards and  12 touchdowns against six interceptions, while
 also adding six rushing scores on 298 yards.
 
 Golson's departure leaves the Irish with just three options at quarterback for
 the  2013  season; seniors  Tommy Rees  and Andrew  Hendrix and early enrolled
 freshman Malik Zaire.
 
 Quarterback  Gunner  Kiel,  a  sophomore-to-be, decided  to  transfer  to  the
 University of Cincinnati before the start of spring practice.
 
 Golson had two seasons of eligibility remaining.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 05/26 00:04:35 ET

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