Tahj Boyd strikes me as an Alex Legion of college football, except without the crazy mother. Both were very immature in how they handled their collegiate decisions, and it wouldn't shock me if Boyd tried to bolt if he didn't get his way.
I can't blame the guy for not wanting to jump at the chance to become a 3rd string QB
Boyd is a probable Redshirt. He would have had two years of seperation from Pryor and Bauserman. At most decent schools QBs have to ride the pine a little. I don't care that he didn't come to Ohio State, I am mad about how he handled his recruitment and how he basically lied to three schools. His decision impacted other kids, not only at Ohio State, but also Oregon and Clemson. What was wrong with telling the coaching staffs that he still had to make up his mind? Don't be the girl who can't pick a prom date.
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