Everett Golson

Football Player

Everett Golson was born in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, United States on January 2nd, 1993 and is the Football Player. At the age of 31, Everett Golson biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 2, 1993
United States
Place of Birth
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, United States
31 years old
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American Football Player, Canadian Football Player
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Everett Golson Life

Everett Demone Golson (born January 2, 1993) is a former American football quarterback.

He previously played quarterback for Notre Dame from 2011 to the spring of 2015.

Golson chose to transfer to Florida State after graduating from Notre Dame.


Everett Golson Career

College career

Golson was redshirted as sophomore quarterback Tommy Rees led the Notre Dame Fighting Irish to an 8-five record during the 2011 season.

Golson coached the Fighting Irish to their National Championship game nearby the Alabama Crimson Tide during the 2012 season.

Golson was barred from Notre Dame due to an academic infringement or other reasons in May 2013. In an email, Notre Dame's assistant vice president for public affairs and communications confirmed that "Everett is not registered at Notre Dame." We are forbidden from discussing specifics under federal law and our own policies.

Golson was admitted to Notre Dame on December 13, 2013 after being forced to sit out the entire 2013 season. He was not allowed to train or travel with the team for the Pinstripe Bowl. Golson confessed to cheating on a test as the reason for his academic suspension in a interview with Andy Staples of Sports Illustrated.

The 2014 Fighting Irish started the year off at 6–0, ranked No. 1. By October 12, there were five in the country's top five countries. Rice (49–17), Michigan (31-0), Purdue (30–14), and Syracuse (31–15), all in September, were among the victories on this fast start.

Notre Dame's 8-5 record ended the season.

With No. 4 in Notre Dame's matchup on October 4, the two teams meet for the first time. The team beat Everett Golson to Ben Koyack on 4th down-and-11 with well over 1 minute remaining in the game. On the day, Golson was 20-of-43 for 241 passing yards and a few others.

Notre Dame defeated North Carolina 51–43 on October 11 (October 11), defeating then-#2 ranked Florida State 31–27 on October 18.

Notre Dame went 1–4 last month, culminating in a humiliating loss to rival USC in which the Golson was forced early in favor of his backup Malik Zaire. In a bowl game that was close to the season, Golson's teammate Malik Zaire was named the starter in a time-splitting arrangement as the Irish defeated SEC powerhouse LSU (finished 8–5 in 2014) in the Franklin American Mortgage City Bowl in a close one, 31–28. Golson was 6 of 11 for 90 yards passing in the bowl game, while Zaire threw for 96 yards and rushed for 96 more to beat Les Miles' Tigers.

He began the 2014 season against Rice on August 30 by throwing for 295 yards (14 of 22 passing attempts) and two touchdowns. Against the Michigan Wolverines, he went 23-of-34 for 226 passing yards and 3 touchdowns. When leading the team in rushes against Purdue on the road, Golson threw for 259 yards and two scores on September 13.

Golson set a Notre Dame school record by winning 25 consecutive passes against Syracuse on September 27, one shy of tying the NCAA record. The Orangemen threw for 362 yards and four touchdowns on 32 of 39 passing attempts.

Notre Dame ranked No. 1 in Notre Dame's loss to Florida State (finished 13–1). In a game in which Golson received a lot of praise from his mentor, Brian Kelly, in 2014, he finished the evening with 313 passing yards (31 of 52 attempts) and three scores. Following a road matchup that culminated in a lot of controversies surrounding the officiating at the game's conclusion, Kelly said, "He was fantastic."

Golson's other big games of the year include a 315-yard passing effort at Navy, where he finished 18 of 25 for 3 touchdowns on November 1 in a 49-39 victory over the Midshipmen. On November 15, he had a big day in a 43–40 overtime loss to Northwestern, which included throwing the football. On the 4th play of the game, Golson got a 61-yard touchdown run out of the shotgun. Against the Wildcats, he had ten rushes for 78 yards while going 21 of 40 passing for 287 yards and 3 touchdowns.

Golson fumbled 8 times and threw 14 interceptions, four of which were returned for defensive touchdowns. However, not all of the blame was on Golson, as the Irish defense suffered multiple injuries at key positions early in the season and never recovered.

Golson declared his intent to transfer from Notre Dame on May 7, as many predicted following his lackluster finish to 2014. As to where he was interested in moving, Golson donated roughly ten schools to the Notre Dame compliance office. Golson's initial wish list included Florida State, Alabama, South Carolina, and UCLA. He declared on May 19 that he would transfer to Florida State for his final season of eligibility.

In his last season as a student, Golson took over as the quarterback of the Florida State Seminoles. He led the Seminoles to a 6–0 start and an AP No. 9. By October 18, 2015, the 9th highest ranking nationally. Both quarterback Sean Maguire and Golson aided FSU to a good 10–3 record and a No. 98. At the end of the season, there were 14th in the AP Poll. Golson's eight starts to a season that was markedly different from a concussion — which the Seminole signal caller suffered in the 22-16 loss to Georgia Tech on October 25.

With a 59-16 victory over Texas State on September 5, he began the season on a 59-23 record and four touchdowns (24-of-25 for 302 yards and four touchdowns) in a game in which he had no turnovers.

Florida State defeated South Florida 34–14 to win in their second game of the season on September 12-0. In the victory, Golson's running back Dalvin Cook (1,691 passing yards, 19 touchdowns) rushed South Florida for 266 passing yards, establishing Golson's role as a game manager. Golson's numbers (14-of-26 passing for 163 yards and 1 touchdown) were modest, but FSU's zero turnovers helped the Bulls beat the Bulls.

With Golson at the helm, the remainder of the first half of the season started. Three games, including wins over Boston College (14–0), Wake Forest (24–16), and Miami-Fla (29–24), all help set up Florida State's match against Louisville on October 17. (Orange: 19-23) began on October 17.

In the first quarter against the Eagles, Golson had him passing for 110 yards, with a 9-yard touchdown pass to teammate Travis Rudolph. Golson's numbers at Wake Forest two weeks later were much higher, with 202 passing yards (20 out of 31 attempts) and a touchdown, as he went for a five-yard pass to FSU running back Kermit Whitfield in the 3rd quarter against the Demon Deacons.

Golson's signature victory for the 2015 season came a week later against Miami (8–5 record in 2015) as he threw for 291 yards off 25 of 33 passing attempts, with a 36-yard touchdown pass to running back Dalvin Cook in the first quarter. Brad Kaaya of Miami had been able to help Miami regained its lead at 24–22 late in the game with a touchdown pass, but it was FSU's Cook who won the 29–24 victory for the Golson's Seminoles in the fourth quarter when he broke loose on a 23-yard touchdown run with 6:44 left to play.

When the Seminoles defeated Louisville at home, 41–21 on October 10, 2015, Golson lifted his Florida State team to its high water record for the year, 6–0 for the year. The game was actually 14-13-13 early in the 2nd half, when Golson discovered Kermit Whitfield for a 70-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter with 8:05 remaining. The graduate student threw for a season-best 372 yards (26-of-38 passing attempts) and three touchdowns in his best game of the season.

With National Championship hopes in the balance, Golson's season became bitter as Florida State traveled to Atlanta to face the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on October 24. In a night game, he played well, going 20 of 30 passing the ball for 210 yards, but was unable to score any touchdowns. Georgia Tech had tied the score at 16–16 after kicker Harrison Butker made a 35-yard field goal with 0:54 remaining in the game. Golson led Florida State on a ride from its own 25-yard line down to the Georgia Tech 38. To keep the momentum going, Golson had a primary pass plays of 22, 9-yards. With just 0:01 left on the game, kicker Roberto Aguil's longest field goal attempt went to his wide receiver Jesus Wilson. The Seminoles had their kick blocked, but disaster had to happen. Lance Austin of Georgia Tech's Lance Austin, who then raced 78 yards for the game-winning score, scooped the ball up by Georgia Tech's Lance Austin.

Golson had suffered from an ACC concussion with Georgia Tech (3–9 in 2015), which ended FSU's undefeated season. Coach Jimbo Fisher of Florida State advised Golson that the Seminoles would face Syracuse and #2 Clemson (13–1 in 2015).

Coach Fisher's team is looking forward to the 2016 season after losing by 23–13 on November 3 at Clemson, Florida State's second straight defeat of the year, Sean Maguire took over as Florida State's primary quarterback for the remainder of the season.

Golson returned to the lineup fit on November 14 after nearly three weeks of rest, as Coach Fisher gave him the opportunity to start in Florida State's home match against North Carolina State. In Golson's last collegiate season, things got off to a rocky start as FSU fell behind 17–7 in the first quarter. Golson was only 5 of 9 passing for 52 yards and had two interceptions in his return. Maguire, who had the hot hand against Syracuse and Clemson the last two weeks, had to come off the bench and save the Seminoles as he did so by throwing for 231 yards and two touchdowns in the comeback victory. Golson's last game got off to a 34-17 win over Florida State.

Maguire's remaining games all started as the Seminoles got off to a rocky start as the Seminoles got off to a 10–3 season. Chattanooga defeated Chattanooga 513-13 on November 21, November 21. They closed the season by defeating #25 Florida 27–2 on November 28. After defeating Houston in Atlanta on December 31, Florida State was admitted to the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. At the half, the Seminoles fell behind 17-3 and never recovered, as Houston's standout QB Greg Ward Jr. was too much to take. Florida State lost the game 38–24.

In Golson's remaining games, he saw only action in the lopsided win over the UTC Mocs. The game was played in Tallahassee, Florida, where he threw for 67 yards off 3-of-3 passing attempts in mop-up duty. Golson was unable to attend this match due to a death in the family.

Professional career

In the 2016 NFL Draft, Golson was undrafted. He attended the Indianapolis Colts' rookie camp on a tryout basis, but was not offered a contract after the camp ended. He began training with the Philadelphia Eagles as a tryout player the following week. In June 2016, he was added to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the CFL's practice roster. He was later added to the active roster of the United States. After the 2017 CFL season, he became a free agent.