A Michigan player transferring to OSU would be unspeakable most of the time. Except safety Josh Furman is coming to Oklahoma State - not the Wolverines' rival Ohio State.
Furman confirmed via Twitter that he'll be graduating from Michigan in May, meaning he'll be eligible to play in Stillwater for the 2014 season. His arrival will add experience to a Cowboys defense hit hard by graduation.
Furman, a 6-foot-2, 202-pound fifth-year senior, appeared in 32 career games for the Wolverines. He was granted his release from Michigan in January.
Furman posted photos of himself with the OSU coaching staff on his Instagram account this weekend, saying "Blessed,grateful,honored words can even describe how I feel to have another opportunity."