Tajh Boyd's Updated Heisman Outlook After Huge Performance vs. Wake Forest
The Heisman Trophy can't be won in one game, but Tajh Boyd is doing his best to do just that with an extremely efficient performance against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.
The senior signal-caller got off to a hot start and was nearly flawless against the Demon Deacons. Through three quarters of action he completed 17-of-24 passes for 311 yards and three touchdowns. He also leads the Tigers in rushing at 69 yards with another touchdown on the ground for good measure.
Boyd's explosiveness had the Tigers comfortably ahead, 42-7, before junior Cole Stoudt was inserted into the blowout.
Obviously, strength of schedule plays a big part in the Heisman race. Boyd won't make a statement in his campaign by beating Wake Forest, but style points are always a plus.
With a stat line in three quarters that most college quarterbacks would like to amass in one game, Boyd certainly added to his illustrious stats. He now has nine touchdowns to no interceptions in the air and an additional four touchdowns on the ground.
That should have him right in contention for the prestigious trophy as the first quarter of the season is nearly in the books.
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