Morris wants Tajh Boyd to play faster
CLEMSON, S.C. -- Offensive coordinator Chad Morris didn't like No. 8 Clemson's tempo in its season-opening win against fifth-ranked Georgia. He put the blame squarely on Tigers quarterback Tajh Boyd, and not the Bulldogs' injuries on defense, for interrupting Clemson's offensive flow.
Morris said Monday that Boyd didn't get his eyes to the sideline quickly enough after plays in Clemson's 38-35 win Saturday night. Morris said the team's high-speed offense should have squeezed off another ...
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