Meh, not the biggest news but considering where Notre Dame was listed in polls before the depature of Everett Golson, it has its implications. If you saw my article from a few days ago, you'd see that I'm not really thrilled with the options Notre Dame has after Golson left. Rees has been with the team since 2010 and has seen the field, but this isn't the kind of news that is going to excite the fan base. He is only 12-7 as a starter, can be a turnover machine, and is really a symbol of Notre Dame's ineptitude in their first few years paired with Brian Kelly. His experience with the team will help, but I still stand by my prediction that Notre Dame will lose between three and five games this year.