Clemson QB Tajh Boyd and head coach Dabo Swinney spent part of their Tuesday press conference addressing an internet rumor that Boyd was $80,000 in debt from betting on NFL games. Boyd denied those rumors...
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“I don’t know where that came from,” Boyd told reporters of the story, which surfaced on the website IBN Sports Wrap. “I don’t watch much NFL. I don’t have (Sunday Ticket)… I only get 2 games.”
Coach Swinney was on the same page...
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“I’m sure that was a pretty credible website you pulled that from,” Swinney said to a reporter. “That’s the world we live in unfortunately. Anybody can pretty much say what they want.”

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“That’s the world we live in unfortunately. Anybody can pretty much say what they want.” Yeah just like you said Clemson would beat FSU 5 outta 10 times and they just "caught Clemson on a bad night"
Reply47 months
Most college athletes aren't JFF. He would need a good bit of scratch to get that deep in debt.
Reply47 months
wow, so did i
Reply47 months
I read the title as "denies Grambling rumors" and immediately thought, what in the hell does Tajh have to do with Grambling.
Reply47 months
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