Boyd to return for Senior Year at Clemson

Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd announced Wednesday that he will return to the program for his senior year.  Boyd has quarterbacked the Tigers to consecutive seasons of at least 10 wins, a first for the program since the 1987-90 seasons. Clemson had an 11-2 record this year, the program’s highest win total since 1981.  Clemson finished the season ranked ninth by USA Today and 11th by Associated Press.  Clemson has a 21-6 record with Boyd as the quarterback.  Next year he will attempt to be the first quarterback in school history to lead Clemson to three seasons of at least 10 wins. Boyd holds 39 Clemson records.  He was named the ACC Player of the Year by both the ACC Sports Media and the ACC Coaches.