Everett Golson, 22, may be leaving Notre Dame to play for the Louisiana State University Tigers.
The former starting quarterback who led Notre Dame to an undefeated 2012 regular season and the BCS Championship game against Alabama has reportedly reached out to LSU and is considering transferring schools.
Golson missed the 2013 season due to academic ineligibility and had a mediocre 2014 season, throwing 14 interceptions and leading the country with 8 fumbles lost.
Backup QB Malik Zaire replaced Golson in the final season game and started the Music City Bowl game. Ironically, or perhaps not, the bowl game was against the team Golson may transfer to: LSU. The Irish won 31-28.
Golson is apparently ready to transfer if Zaire is named starting QB.
Former starting QB for the Tigers, Anthony Jennings, is not only facing an incoming QB fighting for his starting job, but he played poorly this last season. Golson could easily become the starter at LSU.
However, Golson took to Twitter today after these reports came out.
Don’t believe everything you hear..
— Everett Golson (@Everett_Golson5) January 5, 2015
Speculation is steadily growing. Will Golson transfer? We will find out soon enough.