Schoenhoft to transfer to Delaware with two years of eligibility

Ohio State quarterback Robby Schoenhoft said Sunday he will transfer to Delaware.

Schoenhoft lost out to Todd Boeckman before the start of last season and had been demoted to third-team behind Antonio Henton prior to the national title game.

Schoenhoft will have two years of eligibility.

"I like the offense here," Schoenhoft said from Deleware. "I believe I will get an opportunity to play at Delaware that I never got at Ohio State. No guarantees, but I think I have a great chance. I have no regrets about attending Ohio State. I feel I was given a fair chance, to an extent. Todd won the competition. And he was the best quarerback for Ohio State."

Schoenhoft said he plans to move into the previous residence of former Delaware quarterback Joe Flacco, who is expected to be chosen in the next NFL draft. Schoenhoft, 6-foot-6, played in seven games for Ohio State in 2007.

Joe Schad covers college football for ESPN.