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CLEMSON - There was a time in Tajh Boyd's football life when he didn't want the dual-threat label. Now, he embraces it with open arms.

When Boyd arrived to Clemson in the spring of 2009, he didn't want the stereotype that's been placed on black quarterbacks for years. He wanted no part of that stereotype. Pro-style was the description that Boyd though was most fitting. But that was four years ago. Boyd changed his tune with a little encouragement from offensive coordinator Chad Morris. "One of the biggest things that coach...

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