2014: Appeared in three games during the regular season and made his Cougar debut vs. UTSA ... led Houston to its only scoring drive in that game ... finished 4-of-7 for 30 yards vs. the Roadrunners.
2013: Did not receive any game action as a backup quarterback.
Junior College: Three-star quarterback by ESPN and Rivals ... No. 11 junior college quarterback by 247Sports ... led Butler Community College to the NJCAA National Championship in his lone season with the school ... threw for 2,856 yards and 25 touchdowns against nine interceptions in 12 games on the season ... also added three rushing touchdowns ... named second team KJCCC All-Conference ... originally attended Kansas State where he redshirted his first year on campus.
High School: A three-star quarterback at Arundel High School who set many single-game, season and career passing records in the state of Maryland over his junior and senior seasons ... holds the Maryland state records for passing yards in a season (3,913), touchdowns in a season (56), attempts (292) and completions in a season (448) ... ranks first in Maryland high school history with 112 career touchdown passes ... broke the Maryland Public School record by throwing for 7,433 career yards ... also finished as the state's all-time leader in total yards with 7, 882 ... earned First-Team All-Metro, All-County and All-State honors as a junior and senior ... named the 2009 Player of the Year by the Washington Post and the Co-Player of the Year by the Baltimore Sun ... named to MDVarsity.com's All-Decade team ... named to Prep Star's All-Region team ... led the Wildcats to an 11-1 record and a berth in the 4A regional finals in 2009 ... finished his career with a 22-3 record as Arundel's starting quarterback ... participated in the Maryland Crab Bowl.
Personal: Majoring in sociology.
Billy Cosh's Career Bests
Passing Attempts: 7, UTSA (2014)
Pass Completions: 4, UTSA (2014)
Passing Yards: 30, UTSA (2014)
Longest Pass: 6, UTSA (2014)