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Colleague Heather Dinich broke the news Friday that former Michigan quarterback Tate Forcier won't be suiting up for Miami after all.
Forcier announced in February he would transfer to Miami, but a source tells Dinich that the quarterback won't make the move because of personal reasons. Michigan ruled Forcier academically ineligible two days before the Gator Bowl. Forcier had been in academic hot water for stretches at Michigan, and he tried to regain his eligibility in January before announcing via Twitter that he'd be leaving the school.
It's another setback for a quarterback who had success early in his college career and even last year as a backup filling in for Denard Robinson. It will be interesting to see where Forcier lands.
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