CLEMSON, S. Will Keane Jersey UK .C. -- Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyds apparently a good actor, too. "He was so dramatic. He was rolling (around) out there," said backup Cole Stoudt as he stood alongside Boyd after the fourth-ranked Tigers defeated South Carolina State 52-13 on Saturday. Stoudt poked fun at his teammate after Boyd lingered on the ground and jogged slowly to the sidelines on a second-quarter hit that knocked the wind out of Clemsons starter. "Like those movies where the gladiators are dying in the arena," Boyd answered back. Boyd ran for Clemsons first touchdown and then mostly watched from the sideline as the Tigers (2-0) improved to 27-0 all-time against FCS opponents. "I wanted to come in and steal that touchdown pass, too," Boyd said of Stoudts 3-yard scoring toss to Charone Peake to finish that sequence. It didnt take long for Boyd to recover, though, and he returned for one final scoring drive before the half that put Clemson ahead 38-7. Stoudt, the son of ex-NFL passer Cliff Stoudt, threw for three touchdowns and finished 19-for-20 passing -- the best single-game showing percentage-wise ever at Clemson. "Today was all about seeing how much depth we have," Boyd said. "Weve got a lot of guys who we feel comfortable playing with out on the field." Boyds front-and-centre among them for Clemson. He accounted for five TDs a week ago, becoming an early Heisman Trophy contender after a 38-35 victory against No. 11 Georgia. He was nowhere near as crisp against South Carolina State, although he got the Tigers started on the romp. Boyd led a 13-play field goal drive on Clemsons first series then leaped over the pile to finish a seven-play drive that put the Tigers up 10-0. Clemsons defence, criticized for giving up 545 yards in the Georgia win, then showed its big-play ability with a pair of interception return touchdowns -- 52 yards by Martin Jenkins and 35 yards by Darius Robinson -- for the first time in program history. "We kind of set the tone," Jenkins said. "As a defence, we kind of have to." Boyd spent the second half in an orange baseball cap next to offensive co-ordinator Chad Morris, encouraging his backups the rest of the way. He finished 14-of-23 passing for 169 yards and was sacked twice. Clemson opened 2-0 for a fourth straight season, also a program first. The Tigers are off next week and dont return to the field until opening the Atlantic Coast Conference season Sept. 19 at North Carolina State. The only way this game might affect the Tigers after last weeks stirring victory over Georgia was if they had lost. While Boyd wasnt the crisp, Heisman chaser he was a week ago, he steadily led the Tigers in front and let the defence do the rest. He directed a 13-play drive on Clemsons first series that ended with Chandler Catanzaros 38-yard field goal. Two series later, Boyd had passes of 13 yards to Sammy Watkins, 18 yards to Peake and 21 yards to Adam Humphries to set up the quarterbacks 1-yard scoring leap for a 10-0 lead. Jenkins, out all last season due to injury, increased the lead moments later after defensive lineman DJ Reader hit South Carolina State quarterback Richard Cue as he threw and the ball floated for an easy interception. Jenkins turned it up and cut the middle of the field for the score. Robinsons interception came at the start of the second quarter, a 35-yard run to the end zone that made it 24-0. South Carolina State finally broke its scoreless streak at Clemson -- the Bulldogs lost 54-0 in their only other game here in 2008 -- with Cues 63-yard scoring pass to Tyler McDonald. McDonald added a 51-yard TD pass from TeDarrius Wiley in the fourth quarter. McDonald had a 74-yard touchdown catch in South Carolina States opening loss to Coastal Carolina. Bulldogs coach Buddy Pough was proud of how his team played early on, stopping Tigers runner Rod McDowell on fourth-and-1 and forcing a pair of first-half punts. "They are what they say they are," Pough said. "The best part about it for us was we were able to hang in there and stop them a few times." The scariest moment was when Boyd didnt get up right away from a second-quarter hit. The official word was he lost his breath and later returned to the game to direct a 77-yard TD drive that ended with D.J. Howards 19-yard run. Clemsons reserves, though, kept the offence churning. Stoudt threw for 143 yards. Fourth-string tailback C.J. Davidson led the Tigers with 63 yards rushing and had 14 players catch passes in the blowout victory to finish with a season-high 512 yards of offence. Morris wanted his players to get faster and saw the Tigers get off 95 plays -- nearly 20 more than they had a week earlier against Georgia. He was particularly pleased with his backups, who were told earlier in the week theyd see plenty of playing time. "They had their mind right. I thought they did a really good job. They led us down and scored the first two times they were in there," he said. "I think we definitely got better as an offence." DeAndre Yedlin Jersey UK . "Last year didnt go the way we wanted it to, but we need to look at what went well and what didnt go so well. Hopefully this year we will be better," Brendan Gallagher said after practice. This year, the Canadiens have a little more depth to work with by adding players like Daniel Briere, Dale Weise, Mike Weaver, Douglas Murray and arguably, the biggest addition to this playoff roster, Thomas Vanek, who the Canadiens were able to land at the trade deadline. Lucas Leiva Liverpool Jersey UK . 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People were encouraging us, shouting out our names and having fun on each point (though I had a very long match where I had to battle until the very end). My family and my friends were also among the crowd and it was really fun to learn as much as I did there. It wasnt just about me as I was playing - it was about playing for my country and all of those watching. The viewing public is important and I dont want to disappoint them, but I wasnt really dwelling on that kind of pressure at the time. I tried to stay in the present moment and simply enjoy the energy to try to give a good show and play a good game. Its always very important to do my best to win. People were just happy to be there and support us and it made for a crazy weekend! Just before the tournament, we spent several days training together in Quebec City and we had our official team dinner on Thursday night. We also took the time to work with Iris Setlakwe, as the fashion designer helped dress us for this special event (as was the case a couple of months ago in Montreal). We also got acquainted with other players and sponsors - a tradition followed by every delegation during the Fed Cup. It was also at this time that we did our traditional gift exchange. Our gift for the Slovaks - maple syrup! Never Give Up It was a bit hard early on in my opening match when I lost the first set. Jose Enrique Liverpool Jersey UK. Jana Cepelova, ranked 52nd in the world, was very tough and had lots of confidence after a strong performance in Charleston. This is a player who went to the net a lot and never hit the same ball. Shes already beaten good players like Serena Williams and has the ability to change speeds during a point. She can make three rhythm changes by alternating her slice, or cushioning her forehand before suddenly attacking with lots of force and precision in the corners. Its not easy to guage a girl like this, as she was very gifted. That being said, it was necessary for me to raise my game up a notch and find my pace to reverse the trend. As this was the first time I was facing Cepelova, I was trying to get a read on her game at the start. It took me a little while, because it was not easy adjusting to the ball. I was hooked as I tried to avoid my earlier mistakes while trying to force errors. In short, it was a physical and mental challenge, coming back twice - in the second and third sets - as she was serving for the match. And that first victory on Day 1 was very important to set the tone for the competition. And all this time, captain Sylvain Bruneau was at my side to motivate me, telling me to remember what I should do and to always be alert. Its good to have the opportunity to rely on a coach and his advice during a match. In other tournaments, you cant ask for that much help so frequently. 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