Found April 11, 2013 on
Sports by Colin:
Adding another chapter to a prolonged and ridiculous recruiting tale, gutless quarterback Gunner Kiel has decided to enroll at the University of Cincinnati. Since kneeling to starter Everett Golson and transferring out of Notre Dame last month, the 6-foot-4, 210 pound Kiel mulled offers from Cincinnati, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Kansas State, Tennessee, Ball State, Northern Illinois and Miami (Ohio). After sandbagging Indiana University and Louisiana State University, the 19-year-old Kiel, ranked as the preeminent passing recruit in the nation by Rivals.com and Scout.com, committed to Notre Dame in January 2012. Barely a year later, the winner of the Indiana … Continue reading →
BEST OF MAXIM
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...
Gunner Kiel, the #1 rated QB in his class, hasn’t changed his mind about what school he wants to attend in a few months. So we were overdue; way overdue for a Gunner Kiel flip-flop. It’s Gunner Kiel change of heart season- oh, wait, that’s every season! Gunner Kiel will leave Notre Dame. Instead of trying to battle Everett Golson for the the QB job, Kiel will go look for some...
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