From Doug Smock at the Charleston Gazette: http://www.wvgazette.com/Sports/Marshall/201002031069
Willy Korn, the Clemson quarterback who has decided to get finish his bachelor's degree and transfer, is expected to announce today he will go to Marshall.
Korn, who started a game in 2008 but suffered a shoulder injury, will transfer without penalty and have two years remaining. By NCAA rules, if he pursues a master's program at Marshall that is not offered at Clemson, he avoids sitting out a year.
The 6-foot-2, 215-pound sophomore from Lyman, S.C., started the first game after Dabo Swinney took over as head coach in midseason, but was injured on the 14th play. After losing the battle for the starting job to freshman Kyle Parker, he played in six games in mop-up duty, going 12-of-17 for 90 yards, with a touchdown rushing and one passing.
Korn will make the 2010 fall camp very interesting at the quarterback position, now coached by Tony Petersen. Mark Cann and Brian Anderson are starters of the last two years, with senior Press Taylor also in the battle. The younger candidates are redshirt freshman A.J. Graham and incoming freshman Eddie Sullivan.