ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -Tate Forcier (FOR'-see-ay) has taken advantage of graduating high school early to take snaps and classes at Michigan.
Forcier rotated with Nick Sheridan during early drills that were open to the media Monday. The Wolverines practiced for the first time in a season they desperately hope marks a turnaround.
Michigan lost a school-record nine games last year in Rich Rodriguez's debut season with college football's winningest program.
Sheridan shared starting duties in 2008 with Steven Threet, who transferred after the season.
Forcier left sunny San Diego last winter, started his studies at Michigan last spring and gained a lot of experience during spring drills.

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