Former Michigan quarterback Tate Forcier has been racking up the frequent flier mileage since announcing that he would transfer from the University of Michigan to play football elsewhere. Initial reports had him going to Miami but that fell through.
Now it seems that Tate is looking to the WAC or Mountain West as his new home. It's just a question of which school.
Tate said Thursday that he will visit with the University of Hawaii next week, where he could follow in Colt Brennan's lofty footsteps. He says that Hawaii and San Jose State are the two schools he is showing "strong [consideration]," though Nevada has apparently shown interest as well.
Forcier started for the Wolverines in 2009 but fell down the depth chart quickly. He backed up Denard Robinson in eight games last season and announced in January that he was leaving Michigan, not soon after Brady Hoke had been hired as the new football coach.
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