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Logan Thomas knows there are concerns about his ability to play quarterback, especially in the NFL. As he proceeds through a week of Senior Bowl practices leading up to Saturday's collegiate all-star game, he also knows he alone can shape the way he'll be perceived.
Perhaps out of concern for past knee issues, Virginia Tech's D.J. Coles continues to be used only in certain packages, most of which coming when Tech is in the red zone. He has responded well to the role – of his 11 receptions, five have gone for touchdowns.
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.
Thomas threw three interceptions, two of which were returned for touchdowns, and the White team beat the Orange team 27-9 Saturday.