After taking a hard hit and going to the locker room at the end of the third quarter against Georgia Tech, Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd told a reporter “I’m fine”. Boyd’s left shoulder had slammed into the turf, causing him to take a couple of minutes to get up and jog off the field.
The star Clemson quarterback told ESPN’s Joe Schad that he has a bruised sternum and collarbone, but not a broken bone. Boyd returned to the sidelines and threw a few passes after returning from the locker room a few minutes later.
Boyd also stated all he needed was lots of ice and even asked to go back in the game, although the Tigers were leading by 41-24 in the fourth quarter. Junior Cole Stoudt replaced Boyd at quarterback for the fourth quarter and Clemson won 55-31.
The 6′-5″ 205 lb. Stoudt threw two passes and completed both for 35 yds. Stoudt is 35 of 55 passing for 353 yds. and four touchdowns with no interceptions this year.
Boyd had another outstanding game in the Clemson rout, completing 2...