The media was on hand after workouts today to speak with the true freshman enrolled in the second summer session, but the guy everyone wanted to hear from was Tajh Boyd.
As you would expect Tajh has handled the news with class. He will still prepare hard to be ready when he does get on the field. The red-shirt freshmen said he is a “team guy” and wants what is best for the team which is Kyle’s return. Boyd expects he will be more prepared now when he does get his chance.
Tajh has not spoken with coach Swinney since Kyle’s announcement of his return. Kyle has also not spoken with Tajh at this point.
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