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Everett Golson's 'free agency' move from South Bend to Tallahassee may not make a huge difference for FSU...

Everett Golson, graduated from Notre Dame this past weekend. On Tuesday, he became a Florida State Seminole. That’s just the way it is on the college football landscape these days. 702 more words

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Jimbo Fisher on Everett Golson: 'It gives us a tremendous chance to win another championship'

One reason Jimbo Fisher believes Everett Golson will pick up his offense in three months is the quarterback already has spent three years in a college system. 453 more words


Jimbo Fisher expects Everett Golson to help continue Florida State's success

The Florida State Seminoles landed the prized “free agent” in ex-Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson. Golson is expected to compete for the starting QB role with Sean Maguire. 148 more words


Ex-Notre Dame Quarterback Golson Chooses Florida State

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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/AP) – The Florida State Seminoles lost one of the best quarterbacks to ever play for the school during last month’s NFL Draft. 666 more words


Notre Dame transfer Everett Golson chooses Florida State

Former Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson has decided to transfer to Florida State.

The school announced Tuesday that Golson signed his grant-in-aid paperwork with the university and will be a member of the 2015 FSU football team. 667 more words


ESPN.com: Everett Golson's decision on hold for now

The Everett Golson watch is on hold.

Golson, the former Notre Dame quarterback who is shopping himself to a list of Southern programs, won’t make his decision known today as originally thought. 62 more words

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Is Everett Golson getting cold feet about playing at Florida State?

Everett Golson may be re-thinking his decision to play at FSU. … or he just may be waiting until Tuesday to make that announcement.

Golson, the former Notre Dame quarterback who graduated Sunday, is looking to transfer for his final season of eligibility. 166 more words