Found April 16, 2013 on Bearcats Blog:
A couple weeks ago during the spring scrimmage, some people on twitter commented about how Pat O'Donnell wasn't there. According to this article by the great Andrea Adelson at ESPN, O'Donnell took some personal time this spring. One plus one equals two in this scenario because the punter has left the Cincinnati program. O'Donnell, a Lakewood, Florida native, is transferring to Miami.  O'Donnell is eligible to play right away for Miami. He was listed as the starter on their spring depth chart, but the depth chart has been changed and doesn't include him. He's going to punt for Miami though. O'Donnell averaged 41.8 yards a punt last season. He was second team All-Big East. He was the special teams player of the week after his effort against Virginia Tech. O'Donnell was first team in 2011 when he averaged 43.8 yards a punt. POD was also known as the freak for being a freak athlete. He is 6'5, 220 according to the roster and was considered one...
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