Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd can't imagine having a better time than he is with the third-ranked Tigers this season.
Boyd thought hard about the NFL last January after setting several school records and putting on a gutsy show in leading Clemson to a 25-24 victory over LSU at the Chick-Fil-A Bowl. Right now, though, Boyd said he wouldn't trade anything for his senior season, which continues Saturday when the Tigers (5-0, 3-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) face Boston College (3-2, 1-1).
He's the face of the program and a Heisman Trophy contender with a shot at a national championship.
''This is one of those deals where it's a once in a lifetime opportunity,'' Boyd said. ''Even at the next level, being the face of the franchise is not as significant as it is being the face of a college or university program. I am trying to take everything in stride and enjoy it.''
Boyd is giving Clemson fans plenty to enjoy. He's fresh off one of his most dominant performances, throwing for a career...