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QB FORCIER A NO-SHOW AT MIAMI

Tate Forcier's career at Miami is over before it started.

The former Michigan quarterback broke off contact with UM about six weeks ago because of undisclosed personal matters, the Associated Press reported Friday. Forcier's father did not return a message.

Forcier, declared academically ineligible for Michigan's trip to the Gator Bowl, announced his transfer soon after. But he never enrolled at Miami.

USF BACK TO VERO:The USF football team will return to the Vero Beach Sports Village for 11 days in August. Coach Skip Holtz took his first USF team to the former Dodgertown complex for his first training camp last fall. "Vero Beach is a done deal. Everybody's on the same page," Holtz said. "It's a good thing to put the team in a camp atmosphere." USF also picked up its fifth oral commitment for 2012 from Joshua Parris, a 6-3, 230-pound tight end from Stone Mountain (Ga.) Stephenson High. He said he chose USF over Vanderbilt and Mississippi.

More football: Mississippi coach Houston Nutt suspended linebacker Clarence Jackson and defensive end Delvin Jones indefinitely after both were charged with public drunkenness.

Belmont: The school is leaving the Atlantic Sun and joining the Ohio Valley Conference effective in the 2012-13 academic year.

Mississippi St.: Former pitcher Forrest Moore sued the school and baseball coach John Cohen, saying t overuse and negligence by the coaching staff contributed to an elbow injury. Cohen said only he knew of the suit.

Nebraska: Doc Sadler said no one from Texas A&M has contacted him about its men's basketball coaching job. Sadler was named in media reports as a possible candidate to replace Mark Turgeon, who left for Maryland.

Times staff writer Greg Auman contributed to this report.

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