Tajh Boyd Breaks Slump with Huge Game over Virginia
After struggling over the previous three games, Tajh Boyd was finally able to blow up once again, leading Clemson to a huge 59-10 win over Virginia.
In the game, Boyd finished going 24-for-29 for 377 yards, three touchdowns and one interceptions while also grabbing another touchdown on the ground. His biggest play of the day came in the third quarter, hitting Sammy Watkins on a perfect pass for a 96-yard touchdown.
Over the previous three games, Boyd had only had five total touchdowns and had thrown three interceptions, killing his shot at the Heisman trophy. Now, his numbers look much more respectable this season, throwing for over 2,600 yards with 27 total touchdowns and six interceptions while completing over 64 percent of his passes.
Boyd really needed a game to run things around, and he finally got it. Now, Clemson will hope to win out for the rest of the season and try to grab a BCS bowl bid.
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