College Football News: Michigan Wolverines to Start Freshman QB Tate Forcier Against Notre Dame

Atlanta, Ga. 9/08/2009 12:52 AM GMT (TransWorldNews)

After completing 13 of 20 passes for 179 yards and three touchdowns against Western Michigan on Saturday quarterback Tate Forcier has been named as the starting signal caller for the Michigan Wolverines when the school faces the Notre Dame Fighting Irish next week at Michigan.

 

The decision was announced by head coach Rich Rodriguez during his weekly news conference on Monday but he also stressed that junior QB Nick Sheridan would see time under center as well.

 

Sheridan had a rough start to the 2009 season, missing on both his pass attempts and being intercepted once.

 

Notre Dame is coming off a 35-0 victory over the Nevada Wolf Pack, a game in which junior quarterback Jimmy Clausen threw for 315 yards and four touchdowns and Michael Floyd caught four passes for 189 yards and three TDs.

 

###

 

Click here for more Sports News

 

About YourFINDit

 

YourFindit Community is a business, music and social networking community. YourFINDit provides members with a wealth of applications that enable them to create an in depth profile within YourFindit. Profiles include an About Me, Background and Lifestyle, Videos, Photo sharing, News, Music, Blogs, unique URL and networking with other members inside the YourFINDit community. YourFindit provides ADit to each member providing them the opportunity to have an exclusive profile (no outside advertising) displaying only banner ads they upload to their pages. Members can run their own ads or give or sell their ad space to advertisers at prices the member sets.

 

To create your profile sign up and within minutes you too can have your People profile running your ads and building your network with new members daily.

 

YourFindit is owned and operated by TransWorldNews, Inc. a news and press release distribution service.

 

befound@finditt.com

 

News Alerts

Receive alerts for YourFindit Sports to your inbox. Sign up for News Alerts