Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Tate Forcier heading to Miami

Tate Forcier/Courtesy:
Now former Michigan quarterback and one-time savior of the program, Tate Forcier will be taking his talents to South Beach.

Forcier, and the University of Miami announced today that the current sophomore will request financial aid so he can enroll at the the "U" immediately. He'll have to sit out in 2011, but will still have two years of eligibility come 2012.

Read more from the Miami Herald RIGHT HERE

Forcier, at one point was thought to be the guy who would resuscitate the sinking Michigan football program. He started all 12-games as a freshman, leading the Wolverines to a 5-7 record. He was beaten out last year by freshman phenom Denard Robinson.

The 'Canes, for their part can use the help. New coach Al Golden faces a rebuilding process as well, the "U" hasn't lived up to their self-imposed lofty reputation much of late either. Maybe Forcier can be part of that rebuilding program.

Here's a highlight reel from 2009, back when the Michigan faithful thought Forcier was their guy. How quickly things change:

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