Starting quarterback Everett Golson is no longer enrolled at Notre Dame, the university confirmed in an email to ESPN.com on Saturday night.
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"Everett is not enrolled at the university. Federal law and our own polices preclude us from discussing specifics," spokesman Dennis Brown said in an email.
The Chicago Tribune, citing two sources, reported that Golson is no longer enrolled at the university due to a resident life violation.
Golson started 11 games for the Fighting Irish last season as a redshirt freshman, leading the team to the Discover BCS National Championship, where it lost to Alabama to finish a 12-1 season.
He completed 187-of-318 passes for 2,405 yards and 12 touchdowns with six interceptions. Golson also rushed for 298 yards and six scores.
WNDU-TV earlier reported that Golson no longer was enrolled at Notre Dame.
Former Fighting Irish QB Gunner Kiel transferred to Cincinnati last month.
Senior Tommy Rees is the most experienced quarterback enrolled, with 18 career starts. Fourth-year junior Andrew Hendrix and Malik Zaire, a spring enrollee, are also on the depth chart.
Zaire was the sixth-ranked QB prospect in the Class of 2013, according to the ESPN 300.