Spies in the house

Tajh Boyd and a couple of his Clemson teammates donned hats and sunglasses, “threw some red on,” and made an undercover visit to Sanford Stadium for the G-Day game.

If you’re worried that secrets were gleaned that will make a difference in the opener… well, you can relax.

Boyd said he realizes the Bulldogs have speed on the defensive side of the ball.

For that level of insight, they could have saved themselves a trip, found a sports bar carrying the CSS broadcast and read a couple of blog posts.  Of course, it was a nice day to be outside, so there’s that.

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16 responses to “Spies in the house

  1. BeardDawg

    Hopefully the white board after this years opener, a la “grown man football” will read, “Hey Tahj, come visit anytime”

  2. Just Chuck (The Other One)

    If the choice is Saturday in Athens vs. Saturday in Clemson, it’s a no brainer. Besides, I bet they looked good in red.

    • Boz

      This^^^
      If you’re a Clemson student, you’ll go to Athens any chance you can get. I promise they were more interested in looking at the non-football talent than what was going on between the hedges.

  3. Go Dawgs!

    It’s probably much ado about nothing. I’m sure some of our guys will return/have returned the visit to Clemson’s spring game.

    • Bulldog Joe

      Our guys were hanging out with the country stars on Saturday and early Sunday morning.

      • DawgPhan

        yeah some of the tweets from this weekend were a little close to the edge for me.

        but for the most part seemed like our guys had a good safe time this weekend when it could have gotten a little out of control.

  4. Russ

    Reminds me of the time I drove up to Clemson without a ticket for a game in the 80′s. Wore an orange shirt (I had to borrow one) to buy a ticket, then changed into my Dawg gear. Woof!

  5. Bulldog Joe

    As long as they didn’t try to ride a scooter, they should be OK.

  6. This shows initiative. Good sign for Clemson fans. That game can’t get here fast enough. Should be a fantastic game for TV as points will be scored.

  7. Dog in Fla

    “Clemson’s version of the Three Amigos” was an idea Tajh got from a bored Jeff Driskell and film study

    http://blutarsky.wordpress.com/2013/03/31/you-never-know-who-might-be-reading-your-twitter-feed/#comments

  8. NRBQ

    There’s tractor-parking at Sanford? Who knew.

  9. Cojones

    A little off subject, but this is the first day that my Black and Tan(with a Blue Tic chest), Fannie Mae, is voice-trained eligible to enroll in the “Old Blue” School for Teaching Dogs to Read. Can’t wait to enroll her in the course at the Vet School this summer. Her friend, Priscilla, the older alpha female, says that she don’t need no stinkin’ reading classes since she will read when she wants to.

    Slightly worried that Fannie Mae may read Fall’s schedule and want me to take her to the SC game. I can’t bear to tell her that only Bulldogs are permitted in Sanford Stadium except for every other year when one coondog is allowed. For that game I’m going to train her to pee on anything orange and wait outside their entrance to talk to their dog. Her tail wags everytime I mention his name, but that may be due to the similarity of his name sounding like something we do during choir practice and driving around in the truck.

  10. Lorenzo Dawgriguez

    I bet the Clemmers IQs went up 20 points just by being on our campus