Golson readmitted to Notre Dame after suspension

Published on NewsOK Modified: December 13, 2013 at 4:50 pm •  Published: December 13, 2013
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Quarterback Everett Golson has been readmitted to Notre Dame after being suspended for the fall semester for what he termed "poor judgment on a test" after helping the Fighting Irish get to the national championship game a season ago.

Golson was officially readmitted Friday afternoon, said Paul Browne, Notre Dame vice president for public affairs and communications. Coach Brian Kelly previously had said he hoped Golson could practice with the Irish during bowl preparation, but last week said there wasn't enough time because Golson isn't eligible until Dec. 21 and the team leaves for the Pinstripe Bowl in New York City on Dec. 23.

Kelly said Golson, who has two years of eligibility left, would not travel with the team to the bowl, but said Golson might be in New York around that time.

Golson helped the Irish go 12-0 during the regular season last year, regain the No. 1 ranking for the first time in nearly two decades and get to the title game against Alabama in January, but Kelly said last month the starter's job won't be handed to him. Kelly said he expects freshman Malik Zaire, who didn't play this season, to compete with Golson for the job and said backup Andrew Hendrix could return for a fifth year of eligibility.

"We think there is going to be some very good competition for that position with him," Kelly said.

Golson completed 59 percent of his passes last year for 2,405 yards with 12 touchdown passes and six interceptions. He also ran for 298 yards and team-high six touchdowns.

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