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Gunner Kiel will enroll at Cincinnati and Davonte Neal enroll at Arizona, thus ending one of the weirdest recruiting duos in Notre Dame football history. We all know the stories about both players and the journey to the dome and their eventual exit from there, so I'll save you the history lesson.
WR Davonte' Neal transfers from Notre Dame to Arizona, Dad Luke says
— Joe Schad (@schadjoe) April 10, 2013
Former ND QB Gunner Kiel will enroll at Cincinnati
— Joe Schad (@schadjoe) April 10, 2013
What we can focus on, is just how Notre Dame and Brian Kelly plans on filling the void of 3 transfers this spring (Ferguson is expected to go to a Florida school). I'm curious as to which players that weren't offered or have a "non-committable" offer in hand are now more serious players. Logic would suggest 3 WR's, if you're looking at it from a pure numbers standpoint.
The recruiting cycle is still very, very early so we may have...
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For about the 100th time in the last 24 months, Gunner Kiel has made a decision on his college football future. The much-maligned, former super-recruit who ended up at Notre Dame this fall before announcing his transfer just a few months later, has announced that he will continue his career at Cincinnati.
The news was first reported by ESPN’s Joe Schad, who tweeted the following...
The travels of Gunner Kiel will have another stop added. Kiel announced that he'll be transferring to Cincinnati and will be eligible in 2014.
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