UM QB Transferring

Ann Arbor, MI - Michigan quarterback Steven Threet says he has been given his release from the school and plans to transfer.

Threet said in a statement Monday he does not yet know where he will continue his college career.

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School spokesman David Ablauf declined to comment.
Threet enrolled early at Georgia Tech in 2007 but transferred to Michigan before fall camp. After sitting out the 2007 season under NCAA rules, Threet started eight games for the Wolverines in 2008.
The 6-foot-6, 230-pounder from Adrian completed 102 of 210 passes for 1,105 yards and nine touchdowns last season.
Michigan had a 3-9 record in coach Rich Rodriguez's first season, losing the most games in school history.

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Posted: 2/18/09 12:37AM ET

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