After Notre Dame was led down the field by Tommy Rees in the final minutes of their 20-17 victory over Purdue, the Fighting Irish now have, on their hands, a quarterback controversy.
On the one hand, you have the young quarterback, Everett Golson, who played fine against the Boilermakers. However, Golson left the game with a hand injury, opening the door for Rees. It'd be hard to give the starting role back to Reese after his injury.
On the other hand, with the way that Rees led the Irish down the field, you cannot ignore that he does a great job finding ways to win in pressure situations.
Plus, there are five other reasons as to why Rees must start over Golson.