SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Everett Golson said he's not questioning why, after starting all 12 games for Notre Dame this year, he's been thrown into a competition with Malik Zaire.
Everett Golson is taking a positive approach to his recent demotion, according to his coach.
Notre Dame will deploy a two-quarterback offense for at least its bowl game against LSU in Nashville.
Brian Kelly said the winner of December's quarterback competition will successfully operate Notre Dame's offense the way the fifth-year coach wants.
The good news for Notre Dame: Its offense averaged 33 points per game during the regular season, easily the highest average of the Brian Kelly Era.