The season of transfers is officially upon us, with word that yet another backup quarterback is looking to make his current school his former school.
According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, Chazz Anderson has decided to leave the Cincinnati football program and will transfer after graduating at the end of the current quarter. Bill Koch of the Enquirer writes that Anderson will transfer to a Div. II school in the hopes of getting more playing time than he would have staying and being stuck behind starter Zach Collaros on UC’s depth chart.
The names of any Div. II schools Anderson may be considering were not identified.
Anderson spent 2010 as UC’s No. 2 QB, and was expected to fill the same role in 2011. With Anderson now apparently out of the mix, Collaros will be backed up by one player from the inexperienced troika of Brendon Kay, Munchie Legaux and Jordan Luallen. The former is a junior, while the latter two are sophomores, including one whose name is, again, “Munchie Legaux“.
During his four years at the school, which included a redshirt during his true freshman season, Anderson competed 74 of 126 passes for 759 yards with three touchdowns and four interceptions. Anderson was a three-star prospect coming out of Pickerington Central (Oh.) High School in 2007.