ATLANTA -- He has the size and he has the arm and the athleticism, tools that had Logan Thomas billed as Virginia Tech's next great quarterback when he arrived in Blacksburg in 2009.
The reality has been a career where 'potential' continues to be his most defining characteristic.
While he's left his mark on the school record books and the NFL scouts still love him, Thomas' has been, more often than not, maddeningly frustrating for Hokies fans.
But if there's a time when Thomas seems to live up to it all, it's against Georgia Tech. He and the Hokies beat the ACC Coastal Division rival for the third straight time 17-10 Thursday night to improve to 4-1 and 1-0 in league play.
"I thought he was excellent ... his leadership, his throwing, his decision-making, being in control," said Hokies coach Frank Beamer.
Thomas, a redshirt senior, came into Bobby Dodd Stadium completing 48.5 percent of his passes and had thrown two more interceptions (six) than touchdowns (four). His pass eff...