Per Joe Schad's twitter. I guess we'll play him afterall.
frank beamer #1
I don't know about that. To play us he'll have to stay in Cinci for TWO WHOLE YEARS and given his track record to date I wouldn't bet the farm on that happening.
They won't play him because his five year eligibility window will be done by then.
This is the only reason I remember this:
How have I missed this Keanu super clip all my life?
His eligibility is up in 2016. We don't play them until 2017.
I could be wrong, but won't his eligibility expire in 2016? You only get 5 years and he has the redshirt year (2012), the sit out year (2013), and then playing years (2014-2016). And then we play them in 2017.
You are correct, he already had his redshirt year and now has to sit out a year. So he only gets three years of actual playing time.
Then you get 14 years to play 13
what is up with this kid?
since Butch is gone, but this school choice has me scratching my head.
I don't think he had a ton of great options.
USA Today is on it, complete with a few quotes (HERE):
According to the story anyway, Kiel really likes the Cincinnati OC and QB coaches, and was also apparently excited with where the program is headed, which I assume means that he relishes in the thought of CIncinnati maybe eventually heading to the ACC or something along those lines.
He also scoped out Ball State and Miami (OH) as well, the story said. Cincinnati.com also said that Ole Miss, Kansas State and Northern Illinois also contacted him.
Guess he didn't have the chest for notre dame.
An aging couple wipe drool from an adoption form.
"He'll look great in a QBForce shirt honey!"
What a goofball.
Indiana Commit to LSU Commit to ND Commit/Player to Cincinnati Player. He'll find his way back to the state of Indiana somehow, Boiler up?
A transfer to Purdue followed by one-upping Robert Marve and getting 4 simultaneous torn ACLs.
(1) the awesomely named Munchie Legeux and (2) Brendon Kay, who won a Michigan High School state title up at Marine City in 2007 ....... but after that it's only 2 red-shirt freshmen who have (obviously) never taken a snap.
Kiel should be the front-runner to start in 2014, no doubt that was a factor in him choosing UC.
No idea but I found Waldo.
At some point I have to feel sorry for the kid.
I hope he settles down and finds a place where he can fit in, contribute, and learn some things about life beyond football.
Could've been a legend.
Could've been a legend.