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Topic - Corey Fuller
E.J. Manuel hit Rashad Greene with a slant pass that Greene took 39 yards for a touchdown with 40 seconds to play and No. 8 Florida State survived a scare to beat Virginia Tech 28-22 on Thursday night.
Each time Virginia Tech had a chance to build momentum and take control, Clemson was there to swipe it away.
Well, there's always the Atlantic Coast Conference for Virginia Tech.
For starters, what a finish.
Virginia Tech quarterback Logan Thomas sat out about half of Saturday's football scrimmage with a tired throwing arm, but one of his top receiving targets put in his first full day of work in months.
Virginia Tech's offensive football coaches have repeatedly called their unit a work in progress this spring and insisted the players are doing the work to improve.
"We have so many young guys, so many freshman playing," senior tight end Corey Fuller said. "It's going to be amazing the next couple of years watching them grow up, and they've been doing a phenomenal job with that they've accomplished this year."
"The first one was still in my head, I was still a little upset," Fuller said.