Posted November 07, 2013 on AP on Fox
Joshua Stanford believes Virginia Tech quarterback Logan Thomas is taking too much heat. Thomas has turned the ball over four times in each of the Hokies' last two games, a home loss against Duke and a road setback at Boston College. The redshirt senior threw four interceptions against the Blue Devils and two more, along with two fumbles, last week. Stanford, a redshirt freshman wide receiver, said Thomas is not all to blame. ''A great deal of the interceptions fall on us as receivers,'' he said. ''Sometimes it's us not making the catch and then the ball gets intercepted,'' he said. ''Sometimes it's us not making a play on the ball or batting it down. Sometimes it's us running the wrong routes.'' The Hokies (6-3, 3-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) hope to get those things corrected on Saturday when they play at No. 14 Miami (7-1, 3-1) with a chance to get back into the Coastal Division title chase. Thomas and the Hokies have been hampered all season on offense by having an unreliab...
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