Willy Korn is no longer going to play quarterback for the Marshall Thundering Herd as he was buried on the depth chart and has made the move to the other side of the ball. Korn will not transfer to another school and will end up playing safety.
Former Clemson quarterback Willy Korn will transfer to Marshall, and he could play as early as next season.
Former Clemson quarterback Willy Korn is expected to visit Marshall this weekend.
Clemson quarterback Willy Korn is seeking a new college where he can play football a little more frequently, and he tells the State.com that he has a message for potential suitors: "If you're interested please give me a call."
Clemson quarterback Willy Korn will transfer to another school at the end of the year. "I was very blessed and fortunate to have had the opportunity to play football and go to school here," Korn said in the school’s release. "Things didn’t work out for me on the football field the way I had hoped. However, with two years of eligibility remaining, I really want to go where I can contribute as a starter."
Paul Strelow of TheState.com writes that it's just a matter of when and where Clemson backup quarterback Willy Korn transfers to this off-season.
Despite being disappointed that he hasn't appeared in two of Clemson's first four games, quarterback Willy Korn told TheState.com that he has no plans to transfer.
Clemson quarterback Willie Korn (shoulder surgery) is finally pain free and has spent the off-season revamping his mechanics. "I don't have to worry about mechanics," Korn said. "Not any more. That's what killed my mechanics in the first place, having to deal with the pain (this spring)."
The offense dominated the defense in Clemson's scrimmage on Saturday. Quarterback Willy Korn was 4-of-9 for 42 yards and two scores and quarterback Kyle Parker 5-of-12 for 87 yards and three touchdowns. And four running backs combined for over 200 yards rushing.
When Clemson kicks off spring practice on Sunday all eyes will be on the quarterback race between sophomore Willie Korn and redshirt freshman Kyle Parker.
Clemson redshirt freshman Willy Korn had shoulder surgery, but he may be ready for the Gator Bowl on January 1.
Quarterback Willie Korn (shoulder) is getting better every day and could play on Saturday against Georgia Tech.
Quarterback Willy Korn will miss this week of practice because of the shoulder bruise suffered last week versus Georgia Tech.
After making coaching changes the Clemson Tigers also made a switch at quarterback going with redshirt freshman Willy Korn. Korn was knocked out of the game early, however, with a shoulder injury that would later be discribed as a shoulder bruise. Korn completed four of six passes for 28 yards and an interception before leaving the game.