Source: UCLA has had no contact with Everett Golson

A source close to UCLA football told ESPN.com that the Bruins coaching staff has had zero contact with outgoing Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson and none is planned.

Golson provided Notre Dame's compliance office with a list of approximately 10 schools where he'd be interesting in transferring, according to a report by ESPN's Brett McMurphy. ESPN's Joe Schad and other media outlets reported that Golson visited Florida State on Monday.

UCLA is looking to replace departed quarterback Brett Hundley, who left a slew of school records in his wake. Early-enrollee freshman Josh Rosen and redshirt junior Jerry Neuheisel emerged as the likely top two candidates in the spring, but the competition is sure to be one of the Bruins' biggest storylines heading into fall camp.

Last week, Pac-12 reporter Kyle Bonagura wrote that Oregon State would be the only landing spot in the Pac-12 that would make sense for Golson -- who announced last week that he was leaving Notre Dame. However, reports out of Corvallis Tuesday morning suggest that's not going to happen.

In five games against the Pac-12 in his career, Golson has a 3-2 record, while completing 50 percent of his throws with five touchdowns and six interceptions.

Golson helped Notre Dame to a perfect regular-season record in 2012 and a berth in the BCS championship game, but was suspended for academic violations for the entire 2013 season.