USC Football: Former QB Aaron Corp Signs with Buffalo Bills

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Former USC quarterback and exiled man, Aaron Corp, has signed as an undrafted free agent with the Buffalo Bills, after finishing his college career at Richmond in the FCS.

Aaron Corp was a big recruit for the Trojans coming out of Orange Lutheran in 2006. He was supposed to be the Trojans’ version of Tim Tebow light. He could run, he could pass, he could it all, or so they said. Corp started just one game for the Trojans, an upset loss to Washington in 2009, just one week after SC beat Ohio State in Columbus.

Matt Barkley was injured against the Buckeyes, but gritted it out to cap off a final drive comeback on the hooves of Joe McKnight and Stafon Johnson. But Pete Carroll refused to stretch him out against Washington a week later, and Corp struggled in Seattle.

The Trojans scored on the first two drives, shredding the Husky defense on the ground, but once Nick Holt and company made adjustments, the Trojans were forced to throw the ball, and the game way, while Barkley sat on the sidelines.

Corp transferred to Richmond for the 2010 season, and threw 17 touchdowns for the Spiders in 2011. He’ll join the Bills along with nine other undrafted players.

Topics: 2012 NFL Draft, Aaron Corp

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