Aug. 17, 2010
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) -Former Clemson quarterback Willy Korn’s attempt at playing at another Football Bowl Subdivision program was short lived.
Korn is transferring to Division II North Greenville after an ill-fated try at making the roster at Marshall. North Greenville athletics spokesman Micah Sepko said Tuesday that Korn is registered for classes and is at the Tigerville, S.C., school’s football facility.
Korn, who earned his undergraduate degree from Clemson in May, was hoping to compete for the starting job at Marshall but coach Doc Holliday moved him to safety last week.
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