QBs are up and down after Week 2
1. Michigan QB Tate Forcier
In just his second collegiate game and first career start, Forcier led the Wolverines to an upset victory over Notre Dame, which entered the contest ranked No. 18. The dual-threat quarterback threw for 240 yards and two touchdowns while rushing for 70 yards and another score. He also pinned Notre Dame inside its own 5-yard line on a surprise pooch punt.
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