Found January 09, 2012 on Shirts With Random Triangles:
Tate Forcier's playing days at San Jose State are over before they even began. The former Michigan quarterback, who has transferred to San Jose St. after the 2010 college football season, has reportedly left the school. According to the San Jose Mercury News, academic issues are the reason for Forcier's departure.Forcier's departure from San Jose St. is sad to hear, since he had similar academic issues (well, that and Denard Robinson) which led to his departure from Michigan, as long as some alleged personal issues. Here's hoping that Forcier manages to overcome what ever issues he has, and is successful at whatever he does in life. (via The San Jose State Mercury News)
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