Blue and Gold Illustrated

Oct. 15, 2012 Issue

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

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MIAMI GAME NOTES wait long to bust out the newest addition to the offensive playbook. It's an element of the offense that Brian Kelly and Irish fans have waited to see — the quarterback AN ADDED DIMENSION Notre Dame didn't running attack. On his fourth snap against Miami, sopho- more Everett Golson faked a hand-off to se- nior Cierre Wood and took off downfield for 13 yards. Two plays later, Golson tucked the ball BY DAN MURPHY and ran straight through the middle of the Hur- ricanes defense for nine yards until he was dragged down just shy of the end zone. Golson ran the ball six times for 51 yards Satur- day night on a mixture In addition to a strong game throwing the ball (17 of 22 for 186 yards), sophomore quarterback Everett Golson finished with six carries for 51 yards on a mixture of designed zone read plays and successful scrambles.

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