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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - Don Strock
They were Hall of Famers like Tony Dorsett, Super Bowl MVPs like Mark Rypien, and longtime backups like Don Strock.
Virginia Tech's senior quarterback Logan Thomas is back in Blacksburg to restore a program's tarnished image. He's back because he, too, needs a little polish. Most of all, he is back because the honorable thing to do is finish what he started.
For Florida International, a bowl victory would cap off a fast rise.
"I had major concussions myself. Am I on that slippery slope? I don't know that," said Strock, a quarterback in the 1970s and 1980s, mostly as a backup to Dan Marino with the Miami Dolphins. "Will this help protect me in the years to come? Yes. That's what it's for _ something there in case you need it down the road. Right now, I don't need it, knock on wood."