CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) -- Defending Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year Tajh Boyd led Clemson onto the practice field as the Tigers opened fall camp Friday.
Boyd is back for his senior season after thinking hard about leaving for the NFL after last year's record-breaking season. He helped the Tigers go 11-2 for their most victories in three decades and surpassed his own single-season school marks with 3,896 yards passing and 36 touchdown throws.
Boyd got the session started at the team's indoor facility with jumping jacks before the team huddled around coach Dabo Swinney. With one last shout of "All In," the players moved to the outside fields as they began preparations that will culminate in one of the opening weekend's top matchups when Georgia comes to Death Valley on Aug. 31.