Perhaps the most commonly discussed topic during Notre Dame's run to a 10-0 record and Top Five BCS ranking has been head coach Brian Kelly's handling of his quarterbacks.
Prior to the commencement of the 2012 season, Kelly, much to the contentment of Irish fans, tabbed Everett Golson as his starting quarterback, effectively ripping the nationally scrutinized job from incumbent starter Tommy Rees.
Despite the swap in quarterbacks, both Golson and Rees have been contributors to Notre Dame's prosperity during the 2012 campaign.
How has Kelly's management of both Golson and Rees benefited Notre Dame this season?
Let's have a look.