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Clemson's Tajh Boyd picking Texas A&M to upset Alabama

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Time to start connecting the dots, people.

Streeter Lecka

Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd was speaking with the media this week, and naturally the conversation eventually turned to the Alabama-Texas A&M game, which looks like it could be the biggest game of the season. A lot of people think the Tide are going to exact revenge for last year's loss in Tuscaloosa, but Boyd has the Aggies winning again:

"Honestly? I got A&M," Boyd said. "A lot of people say Saban won't be beat twice; it's at A&M. it's going to be a competitive game. It's going to be a fun game. I'm excited to watch it. It's going to be an intriguing game."

Boyd picking A&M over Alabama. Boyd and Johnny Manziel both making the money hands celebration. If Drake is spotted anywhere near the Clemson campus, expect a fruitless NCAA investigation to begin in earnest.

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