Former Michigan quarterback Shane Morris is heading to Central Michigan. The ex-Wolverine will become a Chippewa.
Shane Morris has a new collegiate home.
The former Michigan quarterback is headed to Central Michigan as a graduate transfer. He will have one final year of eligibility and can play immediately.
Morris announced his decision via Twitter on Saturday after posting two weeks ago that he was transferring.
— Shane Morris (@ShaneMorris_7) January 21, 2017
The former Michigan signal-caller didn’t play much for Jim Harbaugh last season after redshirting in Harbaugh’s first year as the Wolverines’ head coach. He played in 10 games, starting in two, over his first two years in Ann Arbor under Brady Hoke.
He has completed 47 of 92 passes for 434 yards with five interceptions and no touchdown passes in his career.
The Chippewas were in need of a veteran arm with Cooper Rush moving on after he played in 37 games.