Can former Clemson QB Boyd help put John Kasich over the goal line in SC?

Former Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd is stumping for Ohio governor and Republican presidential candidate John Kasich.


Tajh Boyd   Twitter: @JohnKasich

Former Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd disappointed the state of Ohio when he led the Tigers to a 40-35 victory over Ohio State in the 2014 Orange Bowl.

Boyd now, however, is trying to lead Ohio's governor to victory in Saturday's South Carolina Republican Presidential Primary, endorsing John Kasich and stumping for him at a rally in Mauldin, SC last Saturday.

"Governor Kasich is someone I see as rational, somebody I see as approachable, and is for the people," said Boyd in a video released by the Kasich campaign. "Governor Kasich has done tremendous work for the state of Ohio, and I think he'll do the same for the state of South Carolina."

Boyd, who holds the all-time Clemson and Atlantic Coast Conference records for passing yards (11,904) and passing touchdowns (107), currently plays for the Montreal Allouettes in the Canadian Football League.

"I hope that you jump on board and vote for Governor Kasich," added Boyd.

The South Carolina Republican Presidential Primary will be held this Saturday, February 20, 2016. 

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