Everett Golson has massive shoes to fill at FSU if he hopes to take over the starting job previously held by Heisman winner Jameis Winston.
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Former Notre Dame QB Everett Golson, who graduated this past week, has chosen Florida State University as the school he will play his final year of NCAA eligibility with.
ESPN SportsCenter tweeted the breaking news that Golson would be taking his talents to Tallahassee and joining the three-time defending ACC Champions:
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) May 19, 2015
Golson went 12-0 in his first year as a starter for the Fighting Irish in 2012, leading them to the National Championship Game but ultimately losing to Alabama. He was suspended from the team in 2013 for being academically ineligible, but returned to the team in 2014 and led the team to an 8-5 record and a win in the Music City Bowl over LSU.
Due to turnover problems, Notre Dame was prepared to move on from Golson even though he had a year of eligibility left, so Golson decided to transfer and will not be forced to sit out a year per normal NCAA regulations due to his having graduated.
Golson joins an FSU team that grew accustomed to winning in spite of turnovers in the past two years with Heisman trophy winner Jameis Winston as their starter. Winston led the Seminoles to a 24-0 regular season record and two ACC Championships in two years as a starter, winning a National Championship in 2013 and leading the team to a Rose Bowl appearance the following season.