The San Jose St. Spartans thought they got a big steal when Tate Forcier transferred all the way from Michigan. Forcier had a rough time with the Wolverines and couldn't handle the transition from Rich Rodriguez to Brady Hoke. Still, he's a Division I capable quarterback when he puts it altogether, and you figure he'd make a big impact for San Jose State and should compete to start next season.
However, it looks as if Forcier couldn't cut it in their program. Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Couldn't handle the academic load at San Jose State? Boy, that's not a good sign for his future.
Forcier's leaving would make this the THIRD school he's left unceremoniously. First Michigan, now Miami, now San Jose State. The roads only get narrower from here. It's a puzzling sight to see a very talented quarterback fall through the cracks, although it's hardly uncommon.