Boyd, Stoudt dual postgame interview

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Pos: QB   Height: 6-1   Weight: 225   Hometown: Hampton, VA (Phoebus HS)  
Years Played: 2009 - 2013

Quarterback Cole Stoudt:
On his performance:
“I am happy about it. It was a good day. Tajh (Boyd) helped early. The team was there, they kept me in it, we got into groove and it was a good day.”

On difficulty to complete 95%, even 7 on 7:
“We have been doing those plays all year and working together we all get in a rhythm and momentum with everyone. When you get in a groove out there, it all kind of comes with you. It was fun.”

Quarterback Tajh Boyd:
“He (Cole) had a really great performance. I was very excited to go out there and watch him play. Like I had said before on Roy Philpot’s show, he asked me about Cole and the other guys in the quarterback room, and I won’t retract my statement. I believe Cole can be a starter at any place in the ACC. I think he proved that today. He had a stellar performance, the all-time Clemson record with 95% completions and three touchdowns. I cannot speak more highly of the guy. He had an outstanding performance.”

Wide Receiver Germone Hopper
On his performance:
“It was a really good day. I just took advantage of my opportunities when Coach told me to go in. He told me it would be a big day for me.”

On if he expected as many touches:
“Not really. Coach told me before I went into the game i was going to get a lot of touches, and I was ready for them. “

On spring and fall camp:
“In August, I just thought to myself I was going to be a critical part of this offense this year. Coach told me I had to step up and that’s what I did. I have been focusing hard and taking advantage of every opportunity I have been given.”

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