This week's Q&A-Mac is brought to you by my basement: one whale of a place to watch Virginia Tech's biggest win of the year.
Not the prettiest of wins today for Virginia Tech, which barely got by last-place Boston College 30-23 in overtime. But it’s a win nonetheless.
On Thursday during practice, Randall Dunn gave Logan Thomas some simple directions. If the Virginia Tech football coaches called the team’s 2-point conversion play, Dunn told Thomas to throw him the ball in the back of the end zone.
Marcus Davis' long week had an extra 30 minutes from the bench tacked onto it.
The decision from the Boston College sidelines to play for overtime proved fatal yesterday at Alumni Stadium.
Virginia Tech couldn’t muster much offense in the first half against Boston College on Saturday. It’s only score, a first-quarter field goal, was set up by a lucky bounce. Already trailing 3-0 and facing a third-and-19, junior quarterback Logan Thomas heaved a ball to a double-covered Corey Fuller.