Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd, who suffered a hip injury in Saturday's win over Boston College, has been upgraded to probable for the Maryland game, the school announced on Sunday.
“Tajh was feeling much better today,” coach Dabo Swinney said on his weekly Sunday teleconference. “We really expect him to be back at practice full speed on Tuesday and be ready to play against Maryland.”
Boyd strained his hip when he was tackled after completing a five-yard pass to Dwayne Allen on Clemson’s first drive of the third period in the Tigers' 36-14 win over Boston College. Boyd left the field with assistance. He was 16-26 for 283 yards and a touchdown and added six rushes for 37 yards and a touchdown. He had 320 yards of total offense in
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