Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd does not regret returning for his final season and wants to end his career for the eighth-ranked Tigers as strongly as possible.
Boyd said there have been struggles this season, none bigger than rebounding from the 51-14 defeat to No. 2 Florida State at Death Valley back on Oct. 19th. But Boyd believes there have been "more ups than downs" and is eager to show that the best football for the Tigers (8-1, 6-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) is still ahead.
Clemson has this Saturday off. It closes ACC play on Nov. 14 against Georgia Tech.
Since losing to the Seminoles, Boyd has been focused on enjoying his final month or so as quarterback of the Tigers' offense.
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