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Pitt defeats Louisville 45-34.
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No. 25 Pittsburgh defeated Syracuse in a crucial ACC matchup on a game-winning field goal as time expired.
TYLER BOYD HIGHLIGHTS
2015: Declared for the NFL Draft following his junior season...finished his collegiate career as Pitt's all-time leader in both receptions (254) and receiving yards (3,361)...finished second at Pitt in career all-purpose yards (5,243), trailing only the legendary Tony Dorsett (7,117 from 1973-76)...named a first-team All-ACC wide receiver by the coaches and media for the second consecutive year...third-team All-America selection by Phil Steele...finished his junior year with 91 catches for 926 yards (10.2 avg.) and six touchdowns in 12 games...also was Pitt's second-leading rusher with 349 yards on 40 carries (8.7 avg.)...Boyd's 91 catches rank second on Pitt's single-season list, one shy of the school record held by all-time great Larry Fitzgerald (who had 92 in 2003)...Boyd led the ACC and ranked seventh nationally with 7.6 receptions per game...he was second in the ACC (39th nationally) with 77.2 receiving yards per game...ranked second in the ACC and 28th nationally in all-purpose yards (128.25 avg.)...was twice named the ACC Receiver of the Week (Iowa and Syracuse games)...at Iowa, Boyd had 10 receptions for a season-high 131 yards (13.1 avg.) and the game-tying touchdown catch with 52 seconds left...on the game-tying drive, Boyd had three catches for 32 yards, including grabs that converted a 4th-and-3 (five yards) and the TD (eight yards)...in a 23-20 win at Syracuse, Boyd threw a 38-yard completion, rushed six times for 34 yards (5.7 avg.) and had a career-high 12 receptions for 93 yards...he accounted for nearly 40% of Pitt's total yards (165 of 427) against the Orange, while also adding 75 kickoff return yards...per ESPN.com, Boyd became the first player to record 20 yards passing, rushing and receiving in consecutive games since UTEP's Lorne Sam in 2007 (a week prior against Georgia Tech, Boyd threw for 29 yards, rushed for 26 and had 68 receiving)...had 103 yards on 11 catches and a 35-yard touchdown in a 45-34 win over Louisville...Boyd compiled 13 career 100-yard receiving games, second at Pitt only to Larry Fitzgerald (who had 14 from 2002-03).
2014: Had an impact sophomore season as a receiver and return man...earned second-team All-America accolades from SI.com as an all-purpose player and was a third-team All-America pick by Phil Steele as a receiver...named first team All-ACC as a receiver and second team All-ACC as a return specialist (coaches and media)...became the first player in ACC history to compile 1,000 receiving yards in both his freshman and sophomore seasons...Boyd and Larry Fitzgerald (2002-03) are the only players in Pitt history to achieve two 1,000-yard receiving seasons during their careers...finished the 2014 season with 78 catches for 1,261 yards (16.2 avg.) and eight touchdowns...Boyd's 78 catches rank third on Pitt's single-season list, while his 1,261 receiving yards rank fourth...totaled six 100-yard receiving games on the year...ranked second in the ACC and 17th nationally with an average of 97.0 receiving yards per game...ranked third in the ACC and 32nd nationally with an average of 6.0 receptions per game...led the ACC and ranked 10th nationally with a 27.6-yard kickoff return average (16 for 442 yards)...ranked second in the ACC and 21st nationally with a 10.1-yard punt return average (16 for 162 yards)...ranked second in the ACC and 14th nationally in all-purpose yards (148.3 yards per game)...named the ACC Receiver of the Week for his performance in Pitt's 30-7 win over Syracuse (Nov. 22)...had seven receptions for 126 yards (18.0 avg.) against the Orange, including a spectacular 49-yard catch-and-run touchdown...was honored as the ACC Specialist of the Week after he compiled 262 all-purpose yards in a 35-23 win at Miami (Nov. 29)...Boyd totaled 190 yards on six kick returns (31.7 avg.) and added five receptions for 72 yards (14.4 avg.) with a 12-yard TD catch against the Hurricanes...had a season-high 10 receptions for 153 yards (15.3 avg.) against Iowa...with his performance against Iowa, Boyd went over 100 career receptions, tying Larry Fitzgerald for fewest games needed to reach the century milestone for catches at Pitt (17 contests)...had a season-high 160 receiving yards (second highest in his career) on five catches (32.0 avg.) with a 50-yard touchdown at North Carolina.
2013: Was the nation's most productive freshman receiver, compiling 85 catches for 1,174 yards (13.8 avg.) and seven touchdowns...set Pitt freshman records for receptions and yards, eclipsing marks held by Larry Fitzgerald (who had 69 catches for 1,005 yards in 2002)...had five 100-yard receiving games, topping Fitzgerald's freshman school-record total of four...also set the Atlantic Coast Conference record for receptions as a freshman, topping the mark held by Clemson's Sammy Watkins (82 catches in 2011)...selected All-ACC by the league's media (second team) and coaches (third team)...named a Freshman All-American by Athlon Sports, CollegeFootballNews.com, Football Writers Association of America (FWAA), Phil Steele, Sporting News and 247Sports...ECAC Offensive Rookie of the Year...capped the 2013 season with a magnificent performance in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl, compiling 242 all-purpose yards to help the Panthers defeat Bowling Green, 30-27...had eight catches for a career-high 173 yards - an average of 21.6 yards per catch - and added a spectacular 54-yard punt return for a touchdown in the bowl victory...Boyd's receiving yardage against Bowling Green set a Pitt bowl record, surpassing the 36-year-old mark of 163 set by Gordon Jones in the 1977 Gator Bowl against Clemson...his punt return TD was Pitt's first since Darrelle Revis had a 73-yarder vs. West Virginia in 2006...Boyd's postseason performance earned him USA TODAY All-Bowl Team recognition...had a season-high 11 catches (for 118 yards, 10.7 avg.) and a 12-yard touchdown at Georgia Tech...had eight catches for 154 yards (19.3 avg.) and a career-high three TDs in Pitt's 58-55 win at Duke...named ACC Rookie of the Week, 247Sports National True Freshman of the Week and Athlon Sports National Co-Freshman of the Week for his Duke performance...in a 49-27 win vs. New Mexico, compiled 134 receiving yards on six catches (22.3 avg.), including a dazzling 34-yard touchdown grab in the back of the end zone on the final play of the first half...also rushed for a 33-yard score vs. the Lobos...named ACC Receiver of the Week and 247Sports National True Freshman of the Week for his New Mexico performance...had 111 receiving yards on seven catches (15.9 avg.) in a 14-3 win over Virginia...had 10 catches for 82 yards (8.2 avg.) in a 17-16 win at Syracuse.
HIGH SCHOOL: One of the state's most highly recruited players following a prolific career at perennial power Clairton High...finished his career ranking among the most productive performers in Western Pennsylvania history...set a WPIAL record with 117 career touchdowns...finished as the fifth-leading rusher in WPIAL annals with 5,755 yards...played diverse roles (running back, receiver, quarterback, defensive back and punt returner) for Clairton, which went 48-0 in his three years as a starter and 63-1 (.984) in his four varsity seasons under Coach Tom Nola...the Bears won four WPIAL and four PIAA Class A titles during his career...as a senior, rushed for 2,584 yards and 43 touchdowns, had 295 yards receiving on just 13 catches and led the WPIAL in scoring with 51 total TDs and 345 points...selected to play in the 2013 U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio's Alamodome, where he announced his decision to attend Pitt during NBC's live telecast...first team MaxPreps Small School All-American...two-time selection as the Class A Player of the Year by the Pennsylvania Sports Writers...two-time Pennsylvania Football News first team All-Class A...Pennsylvania Football News 2011 Class A Offensive Player of the Year...Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 2012 Player of the Year...named to the Rivals 250 (No. 103) and ESPN 300 (No. 165) national prospect lists...rated the No. 6 overall prospect in Pennsylvania by Rivals and No. 8 by Scout...rated the nation's No. 12 wide receiver by Rivals and the No. 12 safety by Scout...selected to play in the Big 33 Football Classic (Pennsylvania vs. Maryland) and was named the game's MVP after accounting for five touchdowns (91-yard kick return, 68-yard halfback option pass, four-yard run and scoring catches of 16 and five yards)...also played basketball, helping Clairton to the WPIAL Class A title game and the PIAA playoffs as a senior, and was a baseball letterman as well.
PERSONAL: Tyler Alexander Boyd, born 11/15/94, is the son of Tonya Payne and Brian Boyd...has one brother...communication major.
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