#57 Mike Golic Jr.
2012 (Fifth Year): Started all 13 games as an offensive guard … performed at center as well throughout his career … part of an offensive line that helped the Irish average over 200 yards per game in both rushing and receiving in the regular season … only two previous Irish teams ever achieved the 200-200 in both categories (1977, 1970) … helped Notre Dame average 5.0 yards per rush in the regular season – the highest per carry average for the Irish since 1996 (5.2) … only two offensive lines from a Bowl Championship Series conference, including Notre Dame, averaged at least 200 yards on the ground, 200 yards in the air and yielded 16 sacks or less in the regular season … helped Irish run for at least 200 yards seven times in 2012, including six of the last nine contests … Notre Dame has not posted more 200+ yard rushing games in a single season since 1996 when the Irish registered nine games with at least 200 yards rushing … over last nine games, Notre Dame has combined to rush for 1,901 yards (359 attempts) for 5.3 yards per carry and 14 rushing TDs.
2010 (JUNIOR): Saw action in 12 games (did not play against Purdue) as a reserve offensive lineman … the Irish offensive line allowed 20 sacks over its 13 games in 2010, which averaged 1.54 sacks per game … Notre Dame had not allowed fewer sacks per game since 1998 when the Irish allowed only nine sacks in 11 games or 0.82 per game … totaled 25 snaps on offense.
2009 (SOPHOMORE): Played in three games for Irish (Nevada, Boston College and Navy), seeing playing time as backup center … earned 7:13 of playing time and made three appearances on special teams.
2008 (FRESHMAN): Did not see any game action.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Chosen to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio … named to the Connecticut High School Coaches Association Class S all-state team as a junior and senior … served as anchor of the offensive line on a team that averaged 23.7 points per game as a senior … led Northwest Catholic to an 8-1 league record and 8-3 overall record in final season … won the Nutmeg Conference championship for the second year in a row … ranked by Rivals.com as the eighth-best center in the nation and the fourth-best player in Connecticut … rated the sixth-best prospect in Connecticut and the 30th-best guard in the nation by Scout.com … helped lead the Indians to 10-0 record in league play and a 10-1 record as a junior … was a member of the National Honor Society … father, Mike, and uncles, Bob and Greg, all played at Notre Dame … Bob was a unanimous All-American as senior captain in 1978 and father Mike was an `84 captain … played for coach Mike Tyler … born in Voorhees, N.J. … son of Mike Sr. and Chris Golic … oldest of three children …younger brother Jake is a senior tight end for the Irish … graduated from College of Arts and Letters in May 2012, earning a degree in film, television and theatre … boasted a 3.429 undergraduate cumulative grade-point average … currently enrolled in graduate studies program.
Golic[apos]s Career Statistics
|2008||Did Not Play|