Boyd: Ready to Play in Death Valley

Boyd: Ready to Play in Death Valley


Boyd: Ready to Play in Death Valley


Red-shirt freshmen Tajh Boyd doesn’t know how much playing time he will get his year, but he does know that he will play in Death Valley for the first time when the Tigers battle North Texas in the opener.

When asked about his first playing time as a Tiger, Tajh breaks out the million dollar smile.

Boyd says the offense continues to improve.  BrYce McNeal continues to receive praise from the for US Army All-American MVP.

Watch Tajh talk one-on-one with after Monday’s practice:



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