In an unforeseen development, Houston quarterback D'Eriq King reportedly will consider sitting out the rest of the season, as reported by the Houston Chronicle.
According to "a person familiar with the process", King is considering sitting out in order to redshirt and retain his final year of eligibility. King is a senior who has spent his entire college career at Houston, entering the program in 2016 as a wide receiver.
This season, King has passed for 663 yards and six touchdowns with two interceptions. He's led a prolific Houston offense, but that success has yet to translate to wins, as the Cougars sit at 1-3 and recently suffered a heart-breaking loss to Tulane. King's father told Mark Berman of Fox 26 Houston that King indeed was planning on transferring.
It sure seems likely King is as good as gone, but until Houston gives official confirmation, King is still a Cougar.