The former Arundel QB is transferring to the University of Houston, where he will have 2 years of eligibility left. He was at Butler Community College (KS) this year. He lead Butler to an 11-1 record and an appearance in the NJCAA National Championship.
Butler's offense was among the most prolific in the nation at any level, scoring over 80 points twice and more than 40 nine times.
Cosh finished the year throwing for 2,856 yards with 25 TDs against 9 INTs with a 60.8% completion rate. He also rushed for 3 TDs.
Houston will be the 4th stop for Cosh since graduating from Arundel:
2010: Kansas State University (Redshirt)
2011: James Madison University
2012: Butler Community College (KS)
2013-: University of Houston
Houston runs the closest thing to the offense Cosh thrived in at Arundel that you will see at the major college level. You don't see many kids go from the FBS level to the FCS level to a JUCO back to the FBS level.