Ex-Michigan quarterback Tate Forcier reportedly no longer with San Jose State
The Tate Forcier saga has taken another turn.
The former Michigan quarterback, who has been linked to several schools since leaving Ann Arbor after his sophomore season in 2010, no longer is with his latest school, San Jose State, according to the San Jose Mercury News.
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An anonymous source told the paper that academics played a role in the move.
Forcier, a San Diego native, started all 12 games for Michigan in 2009 before being surpassed by Denard Robinson in 2010 and struggling in the classroom.
He backed up Robinson eight times that season, but was sent home from the Gator Bowl for being academically ineligible and left the program before Brady Hoke was hired on Jan. 12.
He was expected to be the starter next season for San Jose State.