The draft stock destroyers usually don’t begin to surface until early February, or the start of combine time during a normal 0ff-season.
Hours before Clemson took the field against Florida State, rumors of a huge gambling debt belonging to Clemson star quarterback Tajh Boyd began to surface in social media circuits.
Orange and White is reporting that the original report came from IBNSportswrap, which then reportedly cited an unnamed and un-quoted “sources” that stated that Boyd owes $80,000 to two bookies, who extended him credit against his anticipated NFL payday.claiming that Boyd had amassed over $80,000 in gambling debts by betting on NFL games.
Boyd said he learned of that story on Sunday after Clemson’s blowout loss to Florida State.
“I don’t know where that came from,” Boyd said. “Honestly, I don’t really watch NFL games. I only get two games. It was kind of shocking.”
You don’t watch NFL games? We’ll come back to that in a second.
Incarcerated Bob is not the most reputable