Posted by Tom Fornelli
The college career of Tate Forcier has taken many a strange turn in the last few years. Once the starting quarterback at Michigan under Rich Rodriguez, Forcier lost his job to Denard Robinson. Shortly after that he was leaving Michigan before he wound up at Miami for roughly 30 seconds.
Forcier eventually settled on San Jose State -- though with a mysterious hospital visit in between -- where he sat out the 2011 season for the Spartans. Now, according to Jon Wilner, Forcier is no longer at San Jose State. Wilner says that a source has told him that Forcier is has withdrawn from the school, saying "he's disappeared." In a later tweet Wilner said that academics played a role in Forcier's decision to leave.
So what's next for Forcier at this point?
It's hard to be sure. If Forcier does transfer to another school to play football it will be his third school in three years and he's quickly running out of eligibility.
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