Blue and Gold Illustrated

June-July 2016

Blue & Gold Illustrated: America's Foremost Authority on Notre Dame Football

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BY LOU SOMOGYI I n a football offense, the ability to ro- tate multiple running backs, wide receivers and tight ends with mini- mal (if any) drop-off is a blessing. The same does not necessarily apply at quarterback. It is the one position where quality depth is revered, but attempting to utilize it over the course of a season is deemed taboo and — if improperly executed — can be divisive Sophomore Everett Golson (left) and junior Tommy Rees (right) each utilized their strengths during a 12‑0 regular season in 2012. PHOTO BY JOE RAYMOND PHOTO BY BILL PANZICA TWO CLOSE FOR COMFORT Utilizing two quarterbacks has had mixed reviews at Notre Dame

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