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Kiel enrolls at Cincinnati

Former Notre Dame quarterback Gunner Kiel is officially part of the Cincinnati football program.

Kiel unrolled at Cincinnati and will begin classes May 6, the university announced Friday.

"We are very excited Gunner has decided to enroll at UC," Bearcats coach Tommy Tuberville said on the school's athletic website. "He's a great talent and an even better person. He comes from a great family with some strong quarterback lineage. Our quarterbacks coach Darin Hinshaw has developed an outstanding relationship with Gunner. We are looking forward to getting him here and seeing what the future holds."

Kiel was an early enrolled at Notre Dame last January after a recruiting process that had the former five-star prospect commit and then de-commit from Indiana and LSU.

Kiel, who threw for 2,517 yards with 27 touchdowns and ran for 11 TDs as a senior at Columbus East, didn't play for the Irish last season. And after spending his first year on the scout team, he decided to transfer from Notre Dame before the start of this year's spring practice.