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Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd draws praise from Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher

 

Miami Herald Writer

Whereas Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston began to garner attention as a Heisman hopeful after the start of the season, Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd has been considered a front-runner for the award since deciding to return to Clemson for his senior year.

The fifth-year senior already has thrown for 1,783 yards and 15 touchdowns this season, but one thing in particular sticks out to Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher.

“His consistency,” Fisher said. “That’s the thing we all get bored with, that’s what you don’t want to write about. You want to write about something spectacular. But great players are consistent in how they perform. What makes him a great player is he does it every week.”

Injury update

Seniors Demonte McAllister and Bryan Stork — both recovering from concussions — are expected back at practice this week. “We expect them to be doing reps and practice [on Monday],” Fisher said Monday morning

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