The Virginia Tech Hokies are 10-and-a-half point favorites in their first road game of the season Saturday at Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field, which you can see on ESPNU at high noon.
The Tech offense has had a few hiccups in the first two games of the season, but it's a unit that has looked extremely sharp in the two minute drill, both against Georgia Tech and Austin Peay.
And it all starts with quarterback Logan Thomas who has done some of his very best work in the hurry up offense.
“He is doing his own thing in the offense kind of,” Virginia Tech wide receiver Dyrell Roberts said. “We look to him for what plays he what he wants to run because it's ultimately up to him in the two minute situation so I think that's kind of what he's comfortable with to give us a signal and we know what we're doing. He already sees what he sees with the coverage and knows where he's going with the ball and being able to not second guess himself. He really just knows where it is that he wants to go because he is calling the plays.”