Virginia Tech quarterbacks coach Mike O’Cain kept starter Logan Thomas for a few extra minutes after one of their position group meetings last week. O’Cain talked with the quarterback about the criticism Thomas had been facing following the Hokies' 23-3 loss to Clemson.
Thomas conceded that he had heard some of the negativity, but said it had been harder on his mom than it was on him.
“He was getting a lot of grief, there were a lot of naysayers out there, doubting whether he should be playing quarterback,” O’Cain said. “I have no idea where that comes from or what starts that. For two weeks in a row he had completed 65 percent of his passes and now all of a sudden -- and he completed 55 against Clemson, that’s no slouch. But
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