Posted November 21, 2011 on southcarolina.scout.com
PLAYERS: Tajh Boyd
TEAMS: Clemson Tigers
It will no doubt take a special effort to stop the Clemson Tigers on Saturday night, but Ellis Johnson and the rest of the USC defensive staff are busy preparing for that challenge. Making it more difficult to stop the explosive attack led by quarterback Tajh Boyd and offensive coordinator Chad Morris is the number of Gamecocks nursing injuries this week.
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