It’s time for a quick video breakdown of a few plays from the Western Carolina game.
Today we’ll highlight both interceptions thrown by quarterback Logan Thomas and show you what went wrong. Also, we’ll show a freshman mistake by cornerback Brandon Facyson that Torrian Gray will be able to use as a teaching tool.
Logan Thomas went 17-of-31 for 200 yards, with one touchdown and two interceptions. Stats can sometimes be misleading, so it’s important to go back and watch film. Logan made some very sharp throws on Saturday, but he also made some questionable ones.
People always want to talk about interceptions, so we’ll break down his two picks from Saturday.
On the first interception, he threw a deep ball to Demitri Knowles . He had single coverage on the outside, so it wasn’t really a poor decision, but that pass didn’t have a great chance of being completed.
I don’t think Logan should have thrown that pass. He had Trey Edmunds wide open over the middle, but he never bothered to look anywhere else other than his first read. In this particular instance, he had trouble seeing things before they happened. Edmunds would have had a nice gain on first down over the middle. Rather than taking what WCU was giving him, Thomas attempted a low percentage pass.
On the second interception, it appears the Hokies were working on a pick play. Watch the...
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