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Tajh Boyd | Former Clemson University All-American Quarterback

Episode 93: Tajh Boyd | Former Clemson University All-American Quarterback

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Show Notes:

  • Rich Spotlight: Tajh Boyd
    • Biggest thing for a QB is to get into a rhythm and throughout his career, he always needed to take a hit to calm his nerves
    • He’s been playing football since he was 7-years old but at first didn’t like football
    • His dad was always pushing him as a QB and got him a book by Donovan McNabb and Jeff Trickey’s QB video
    • So many athletes come from his hometown area of Hampton, VA like Bruce Smith, Ronald Curry, Alonzo Mourning, Cam Chancellor, Allen Iverson, DeAngelo Hall
    • Feels that he was always willing to put in the work to be a better QB because he didn’t feel that he was as talented as others
    • First offer was from Boston College but his last visit was to Clemson and it felt like home even though he told Ohio St. that he was going to play for the Buckeyes
    • He feels that the true pivotal moment in Clemson football recently was the embarrassing loss to West Virginia in the Orange Bowl 70-33
    • Transition from playing football to life without playing the game that he fell in love with has been a very tough challenge and one that he continues to go through
    • Words of Wisdom from Tajh Boyd: “If you’re not healthy you can’t help anyone else.”

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About the author, Richmond Weaver

Richmond, a graduate of Clemson University has been involved with sports for most of his life and developed a passion for basketball and sports at an early age. He currently lives in Greenville, SC with his wife Karen, founder of Upstate Esthetics and their three kids.

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