The o-line did not have a good game. They got better late, but it still wasn't a good game.
Virginia Tech has three areas of excellence on their team- special teams, defensive line, and cornerbacks. A less than stellar o-line protecting a freshman QB against a good defensive line and strong corners is troubles. If we can't establish the run and that forces JT to throw on obvious passing downs, that is a recipe for turnovers.
We should win this game, but if the O-line is not better than they just showed, we open the door for VA Tech to take advantage of their own strengths. Turn overs can make anybody lose to anybody, and keep any game close.