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  Virginia Tech quarterback Braxton Burmeister wants to make up for lost time this spring. He came down with the coronavirus during fall camp as he was competing for the starting job. In October, he got hurt in practice when an offensive lineman stepped on his foot. He suffered three broken toes and was limited in practice until Tech's bye week in late November. "I really only had two real weeks of practice in a full year," Burmeister said, on Monday. Burmeister took a back seat to Hendon Hooker during that stretch, but that time helped him get a full grasp on the offense.

"Just understanding what we're trying to do on every play and really just knowing exactly what the line's doing, exactly what the running backs are doing, exactly what all the receivers are doing and so it's just knowing it in and out like the back of my hand," Burmeister said. That helped him close the season out on a high note. He threw for 339 yards while completing 73.5% of his passes and averaging just shy of 10 yards per attempt. Tech put up 464 total yards in a 33-15 win over Virginia in the season-finale, the most productive game for the offense in six weeks. - Roanoke Times

(DS#24 QB) rSr/2023 QB Braxton BurmeisterSan Diego State
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