Everett Golson could leave Notre Dame for LSU

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Notre Dame QB Everett Golson is considering a move to LSU just a few days after facing them in the 2014 Music City Bowl.

The 22-year-old’s inconsistency has seen him fall out of favour with head coach Brian Kelly who benched him for last Tuesday’s bowl game in Nashville.

And, according to CBS, there have been reports emerging suggesting that Golson's fighting spirit to win back his place at the Fighting Irish is not all that strong – and he would rather transfer to LSU.

LSU interest

Given the QB situation in Louisiana, the Tigers would certainly be interested in a potential switch. And let’s not forget that Golson is capable of sustained periods of brilliance.

The QB finished the year having thrown for 3,445 yards and 29 touchdowns – and also rushed for 283 yards and eight touchdowns.

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But he was also responsible for 14 interceptions and fumbled the ball away eight times – statistics that eventually saw him drop behind sophomore Malik Zaire in the pecking order in South Bend.

Golson has been quick to dismiss any rumours of a potential switch by saying on his Twitter on Monday: “Don’t believe everything you hear..”

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