Tajh Boyd's Heisman Stock Continues to Fall with Performance vs. Maryland
With a rough game against the Maryland Terrapins, Tajh Boyd continues to fall out of the Heisman race as other contenders keep putting up big numbers.
With just over 14 minutes remaining in the game, Boyd had thrown for 254 yards and one touchdown, but his team was down 19-13. It was the third straight game where the Clemson Tigers were trailing in the fourth quarter, getting blown out the previous week to Florida State and nearly falling to Boston College the week before that.
Heading into Saturday, Boyd had put up over 2,100 total yards and 21 touchdowns with four interceptions. While those numbers are solid, they aren't nearly on the same level as guys like Johnny Manziel, Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota.
Not only are Boyd's numbers not as impressive as other Heisman contenders, his team is also struggling right now. He needed to have a huge outing against Maryland in order to get back in the race, but now he's starting to completely slide out of it.
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