Michigan QB Situation: Is Nick Sheridan Really an Option?

Posted by Charles Welch on August-10-2009 Add Comments

Big Blue had its struggles in 2008, both running Rich Rodriguez's patented spread system and in general finishing 3-9.

One of the main defenses for such a poor season was the fact that this particular spread offense is predicated upon dual-threat quarterbacks. January 2009 saw the entrance of freshman Tate Forcier into the program.

Aside from being a very accurate passer, Forcier also has a reputation as an athlete 'tailor-made' for this offense with his ability to improvise and hurt opposing defenses with his legs and arm. Since joining the program, Forcier has participated in winter conditioning, led the first team in spring practices, also wooing the Michigan faithful with a stellar spring game.


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