Earlier Saturday evening reports have been confirmed that quarterback Everett Golson is no longer enrolled at Notre Dame. While it remains uncertain whether he can re-enroll at the university, it is strongly speculated that he will be unavailable for the entire 2013 football season.
#NotreDame officially confirms to Tribune that Everett Golson is no longer enrolled. Again, two sources say reason is Res Life violation.— Brian Hamilton (@ChiTribHamilton) May 26, 2013
The Chicago Trubune broke the story on Saturday evening with Brian Hamilton reporting that the university had confirmed Golson's absence to him.
#NotreDame officials cannot comment as to when Everett Golson is eligible for renrollment. The belief, though, is he's out for 2013 season.— Brian Hamilton (@ChiTribHamilton) May 26, 2013
This relates to Oklahoma in the fact that the Sooners will travel to South Bend, to play the Irish, on September 28th. In last year's 30-13 win over the Sooners, in Norman, Golson completed 52% of his passes for 177 yards. His absence leaves former starter Tommy Rees and Andrew Hendrix to battle through the summer to become this fall's starting quarterback.
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