Tate Forcier considers transfer options
Former Michigan quarterback Tate Forcier said Thursday he'll visit Hawaii next week and is most strongly considering that school and San Jose State as transfer options.
Forcier also said he had interest in Nevada.
Forcier said he plans to be academically eligible by taking online courses.
Forcier started for the Wolverines in 2009 before slipping on the depth chart and in the classroom. He backed up Denard Robinson in eight games last season before announcing in January that he was leaving Michigan.
Joe Schad covers college football for ESPN.
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