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Golson cleared, will resume practice today

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Notre Dame announced this morning that redshirt freshman quarterback Everett Golson "successfully completed concussion testing Tuesday and has been cleared by team doctors to resume practice activities today."

Golson had suffered the concussion after a helmet-to-helmet hit during the fourth quarter of Saturday's overtime victory against Stanford. Irish coach Brian Kelly said yesterday that Golson was no longer symptomatic, but had failed his cognitive test and would have to re-take it today. Tommy Rees and Andrew Hendrix split the snaps in Tuesday's practice, with Kelly estimating it would be "probably 60-40" in favor of Rees.

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