After barely seeing the field this year, sophomore quarterback Brett Nottingham has decided to transfer out of Stanford's football program, via Bruce Feldman of CBS Sports. Nottingham's landing spot for next season is yet to be disclosed.
The 6'4 quarterback from Alamo has appeared in games very briefly over the past two seasons, attempting just eight passes in each of the past two seasons.
Nottingham's decision isn't surprising, considering the Cardinal have two quarterbacks they are comfortable using in Kevin Hogan and Josh Nunes. So, he may be No. 3 at best on the team's depth chart for next season.
Nunes began the season as Stanford's starting quarterback with the departure of Andrew Luck, but the coaching staff then turned control of the offense over to Kevin Hogan. Since then, the team has not looked back, winning seven straight games, claiming the Pac-12 conference title and earning the chance to play in the Rose Bowl.