Notre Dame’s QB combination unorthodox but effective
(MCT) — As a result of a cognitive test he couldn’t pass, Everett Golson watched as Tommy Rees took over the Notre Dame offense. This described Tuesday’s practice. A growing sector might argue it also describes the nerve-jangling quarterback dynamic observed on Saturdays this fall.
But as long as Golson completes post-concussion protocol and returns by Thursday, the sophomore starter will be ready to “help” Saturday against BYU, per Irish coach Brian Kelly. It’s already established that Rees, the junior backup who essentially steered the team to half its victories, is of more than minor assistance.
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