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By a one-point margin on both ballots, Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd, the ACC’s total offense leader, nipped North Carolina running back Giovani Bernard to be named the conference’s 2012 Offensive and overall Player of the Year, in balloting by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association.
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Buried in all of the conference realignment noise and other outside hoopla, the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association named Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd as the ACC Player of the Year, edging out Carolina running back Giovani Bernard by a single vote.
Boyd was also named the league's offensive player of the year, also by just one vote. Florida State's Bjoern Werner was...
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Tajh Boyd has had a fantastic junior season as starting quarterback for the Clemson Tigers. Awaiting another bowl bid, Boyd has thrown for 3,550 yards and 34 touchdowns in 2012, and ranks among the best in the country in multiple categories.
Throughout the 2012 college football season, Boyd is fourth in overall quarterback rating with a score of 168.5, coming in behind only Aaron...
Bad news for Clemson as Milton Jennings has been suspended after being arrested on drug charges. Brad Brownell announced Jennings would miss tonight's game for violation of team rules.
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