DURHAM, N.C. (AP) -Greg Paulus' next home could be the Big House.
Duke spokesman Art Chase said that the Blue Devils point guard visited Michigan on Tuesday to explore the possibility of transferring there to play football.
Paulus' visit came the same day word leaked that he worked out for the Green Bay Packers in advance of the NFL draft.
Paulus thought about resuming his football career at Duke, but coach David Cutcliffe's team is set at quarterback with Thaddeus Lewis preparing for his fourth year as starter. Paulus hasn't taken a snap in a game since 2004, when he was a high school quarterback in New York.
He would seem to fit better in Rich Rodriguez's read-option scheme than in the prostyle system favored by Cutcliffe, who said he considered trying Paulus at slot receiver.

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