Clemson Offense Looking To Get Back On Track
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) - Tigers quarterback Tajh Boyd didn’t even have to leave home to know what was ahead in film study this week.
Boyd watched seventh-ranked Clemson’s last-second 31-28 victory with his parents, Tim and Carla, and younger brother T.J., on Sunday morning. He felt his father’s frustration level rise with every bad pass or poor decision.
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