Tate Forcier may sit out Michigan's spring football game with foot sprain
Michigan football coach Rich Rodriguez said Thursday on WTKA-AM (1050) that quarterback Tate Forcier might not play in Saturday's spring football game because of "a minor foot sprain."
"There’s probably a lot more drama out there than there really is. That sometimes happens," Rodriguez said. "I don’t know if he’s going to be able to go and take any reps during the spring game or not but he’s had a pretty solid spring."
If Forcier can't play, Denard Robinson and Devin Gardner will take the majority of snaps. Robinson has been pushing Forcier for the starting job this spring.
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