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Boyd Opens Things Back Up

Tajh Boyd, the No. 4 rated signal caller in the entire nation has de-committed from West Virginia and will now be looking for a new home to spend the next four years of his life. We spoke to the Hampton, Va., product on Sunday evening and learned that he will essentially be going back to square one, taking a look at many programs to make a final decision.

The West Virginia Mountaineers suffered a tough setback in recruiting on Sunday night when Phoebus High School quarterback Tajh Boyd formally took back his commitment to the program. The 6-foot-2, 210-pound dual-threat quarterback will now look at a number of other programs as he explained to us in our interview...

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