Last week, Clemson freshman Sammy Watkins stole the show. Now it’s time to turn our attention to the player helping him look good, quarterback Tajh Boyd.
Statistically, Boyd didn’t have his best game in the win at Virginia Tech, but he pulled the ball down, made smart decisions, and didn’t force things. He managed the game very well and kept the offense moving against a gritty Virginia Tech defense. Here’s a look at Boyd’s resume heading into Saturday’s game against Boston College:
Boyd is ranked in the top 20 in the nation in passing efficiency, and his 14-2 touchdown passes to interceptions is a big reason. That 7-1 ratio is on pace to be the best in school history. The existing mark was set by Cullen Harper in 2007 when he
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