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Tajh Boyd

CLEMSON - Included in the vision Chad Morris has for the hurry-up, no-huddle offense is a quarterback capable of running the ball, not just throwing it.

Tajh Boyd proved last year that he was more than capable of moving the ball through the air. He finished 298 of 499 passing for 3,828 yards with 33 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. His production on the ground was pretty average -- 142 carries for 218 yards and five touchdowns. This year's version of Boyd, who dropped 20 pounds in the offseason, is capable as a passer and a runner. Through nine... Recommended Stories

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