In a little over a year, Tate Forcier has gone from Michigan’s starting quarterback and the toast of the town, to tweeting himself out of town.
Tuesday night around midnight, Forcier went on a bizarre tweeting binge as if he were in a confessional with a priest or bellying up to a bar. Someone should have told Forcier that you should rarely tweet, text or call spontaneously after midnight, not much good is gonna come out of it.
A few of his best, or worst.
Forcier seems to have made it official he is transferring from Michigan, which has been the speculation ever since he was declared academically ineligible for the Wolvervines recent Gator Bowl game.
In the fall of 2009 Forcier was a freshman starting quarterback that led Michigan to a 4-0 start and in only his second college game he guided the Wolverines to a thrilling fourth quarter comeback victory over Notre Dame.
An apparent lack of work ethic, both on and off the field, eroded his teammates and his coaches confidence in Forcier. Denard Robinson took over the starting spot this year and Forcier could be seen on several occasions sulking on the sidelines.