Mike O’Cain always says he can never offer a complete and accurate analysis of his quarterback until after he watches the film.
O’Cain, Virginia Tech’s quarterbacks coach and play caller, got a chance to do that Sunday (as he does every Sunday), as he examined what went right and wrong for first-year starter Logan Thomas and the offense in Saturday’s 23-3 loss to Clemson.
Thomas, still just a third-year sophomore starting his fifth game, completed 15 of 27 passes for 125 yards and an interception. For the season, he is completing 56.8 percent of his passes for 177.2 yards per game, four touchdowns and five interceptions.
Here are the highlights of what O’Cain had to say in his 10-minute session with media