K-State won't be getting a new QB

Michigan transfer Tate Forcier was scheduled to visit Kansas State this week, but he's made his choice of a new school, eliminating Kansas State from the race.

The former ESPNU 150 recruit, who started as a freshman in 2009 before ceding the job to Denard Robinson in 2010, will transfer to Miami.

"Miami had the best opportunity," Forcier, a native of San Diego, told ESPN. "There is so much positive energy around this program and I really want to be a part of it. I love these coaches and feel like they are the right guys for me. I had a great visit and I really want to be a part of the rebirth at Miami."

In 20 career games, Forcier threw for 2,647 yards with 17 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.

Kansas State is scheduled for a quarterback derby in the spring between newcomers Justin Tuggle and Daniel Sams, as well as last year's third-stringer, Sammuel Lamur. Part-time starter and last year's backup, Collin Klein, has reportedly been moved to receiver, where he played in 2009 as a freshman.

Last year's starter, Carson Coffman, has graduated.