DURHAM, NC -- Even with the miscues, Tajh Boyd is on the prowl.
The Clemson quarterback set a personal record by throwing three interceptions Saturday night at Duke, but he still put on such an amazing performance in Clemson's 56-20 rout of the Blue Devils that he's arm-and-arm with Giovani Bernard in the hunt for the ACC's Player of the Year honor.
On Saturday, Boyd did it with his arm, throwing five touchdown passes and for 314 yards before halftime. He finished with those five scores 344 yards. A week earlier, in a road rampage of Wake Forest, Boyd hooked up with Tigers' wide receivers for five scoring passes in the first half as well. Prior to that contest, his career-high for an entire game was four scoring tosses.
"I just can't seem to get that sixth one," Boyd joked. "You just have to go out there and have fun. It's been fun to me lately. Guys have been coming out, everybody's touching the ball. I just love to see it. It's just so fun playing with these guys and being abl...