Notre Dame Football: 3 Things That Will Change with Everett Golson at QB

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Notre Dame Football: 3 Things That Will Change with Everett Golson at QB
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The return of Everett Golson is a little over two months away. And for Irish fans who have worn out their DVR and racked up YouTube stats watching highlight reels of the exiled quarterback, a chance to see Golson back behind center for the Irish will be here in no time. 

With the Irish back in South Bend training with strength coach Paul Longo and working the playbook with the Irish coaching staff, identifying how Notre Dame will use Golson requires a long look back to 2012. While the first-year player was learning the offense by the spoonful, he did enough things well to give us hints as to how Brian Kelly will expand the offense in 2014. 

After relying on Tommy Rees to get the Irish through 2013, Kelly and new offensive coordinator Mike Denbrock will have the perfect quarterback for their reintroduced spread attack. That means a chance for Kelly to turn Notre Dame's offense into the high-flying units he had at Grand Valley State, Central Michigan and Cincinnati. 

Let's take a look at three key changes for the Irish offense with Golson at quarterback. 

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