Yep. It’s official. Tajh Boyd has “de-committed” from WVU. Now, we can argue the minutue of verbal committments being non-binding, and the other ins and outs of recruiting. All I know is that this is not good. In fact, it’s bad. Very bad.
Here’s what Boyd had to say about the whole thing:
“I didn’t feel it was fair to hold them up in their search for a quarterback and didn’t feel good about visiting other schools while committed so I decided to de-commit,” Boyd was quoted by Rivals.com. “I think I just made my decision too early and have been wanting to see what else is out there for a little while.
“I have a great deal of respect for West Virginia, the coaches and the fans but I think I’m looking for an offense that fits my style a bit better … I think it was best to make a clean break. I feel bad because I like Coach (Bill) Stewart and coach Beatty, but I have to do what’s best for me in the end.”
Great. Just great.
Good to see the “sky is falling” mentality extends further than just those folks in the stands at Mountaineer Field.