Quarterback Everett Golson was suspended for Notre Dame's fall term due to "poor academic judgment," according to WNDU. This leaves Notre Dame without its starting quarterback going into fall camp.
Quarterback Tommy Rees was the former starter. He started against BYU and Miami last season and had 16 starts prior to 2012.
Head coach Brian Kelly has not indicated who will be his quarterback this fall, but Rees seems like the obvious choice over the untested true freshman Malik Zaire and junior Andrew Hendrix, who in two seasons in a reserve role has thrown for 304 yards, with one touchdown and two interceptions.
Assuming Rees is the quarterback when Notre Dame kicks off its season on August 31, how would the Irish do against their opponents?
This is one way Notre Dame's season could unfold without Golson.