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CINCINNATI -- Gunner Kiel hasn't played in a real live, the final score counts, football game in three years. Saturday wasn't one of those games for Kiel but he was taking Cincinnati's spring game serious. He has the quarterback pedigree name and the background of being a highly-decorated recruit but when it comes to college football Kiel doesn't have much else.
That's why Saturday was so important to him.
Kiel played the first half of UC's spring game at Paul Brown Stadium, leaving the kind of impression he hopes will carry over once practices get underway for real in August and the games start counting in September. He completed 17 of 22 passes for 300 yards, leading the first team offense to scores on four of five drives before he took the rest of the afternoon off.
The Red team made of mostly first- and second-teamers, beat the White team, 24-23, for what that's worth. The score didn't matter but while this is just the first week of April, for Kie...
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With all eyes focused on his performance during the Bearcats spring game, Gunner Kiel passed with flying colors. Afterwards, he spoke about his day.
CINCINNATI (AP) Gunner Kiel threw for 300 yards and looked smooth running Cincinnati's first-team offense during the Bearcats' spring game Saturday.
Welcome to the Fallout - Sunday edition.I-Back to the Future.Rich Kaipust profiles Nebraska I-back Ameer Abdulah. (The Omaha World-Herald) Faster, Pussycat! Kiel! Kiel!Cincinnati quarterback Gunner Kiel was the highlight of the Bearcats' spring game. (Down the Drive) InjuriesBlake Bell injured.Oklahoma tight end Blake Bell will miss the rest of spring practice due to a knee sprain...
If there was one member of the Bearcats defense that came ready to make big hits it was senior Jeff Luc. Bearcat Insider caught up with Luc following the spring game.
Bearcats defensive lineman Alex Pace continues learning lessons on and off the field.
Senior offensive lineman Eric Lefeld ready to provide the leadership needed to keep the Bearcats winning.
Hometown product Ryan Leahy is ready to use what he's learned this spring on the field next fall. Bearcat Insider spoke with the La Salle product about his spring following the Bearcats spring game.
For those in the Cincinnati area head down to the home of the Cincinnati Bengals to check out the Bearcats 2014 roster Saturday April 5th.
The Spring game will start at noon and the gates will open at 11 am.
For Bearcat fans get accustomed to heading down to Paul Brown this year because Nippert is undergoing renovation for the 2014 season.
The #UCSpringGame is just 24 hours away. We hope to see you at PBS tomorrow. Details: http://t.co/XavCHPwDE0
— Cincinnati Bearcats (@GoBEARCATS) April 4, 2014