Tate Forcier Interested in Auburn

Courtesy of AP
Courtesy of AP

AUBURN, AL (WTVM)- Former Michigan quarterback Tate Forcier says he's looking to transfer to Auburn.

"I'm looking into Auburn," Forcier said. "I'm definitely interested in USC, San Diego State, Montana, Kansas State and University of San Diego. I have to lay everything out and figure out my visits."

As a freshman in 2009, Forcier started all 12 games for the Wolverines and completed 165 of 281 passes for 2,050 yards and 13 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. This past season he was a backup to Denard Robinson, playing in only eight games with four touchdowns and four interceptions.  In his 20 games played Michigan was 9-11. In December 2010 he was declared academically ineligible and did not travel with the Wolverines to the Gator Bowl.

Earlier this year, Forcier said he was transferring to Miami, but never enrolled. He said he decided against Miami because he wanted to be closer to his hometown of San Diego.