CHARLOTTE, NC - DECEMBER 03: D.J. Coles #18 of the Virginia Tech Hokies makes a touchdown catch during the ACC Championship game against the Clemson Tigers at Bank of America Stadium on December 3, 2011 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

D.J. Coles Done For The Year Due To Knee Injury, According To Report

Virginia Tech wide receiver, injured during the season opener against Georgia Tech, will likely miss the rest of the year according to the Washington Post.

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D.J. Coles Injury Likely To End Virginia Tech WR's Season, Reportedly

The Hokies appear to have lost a key offensive contributor for the rest of the season.

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D.J. Coles Injury: Virginia Tech WR Questionable Due To Knee

Virginia Tech senior wide receiver D.J. Coles would be a big (literally and figuratively) loss for the Hokies:

The 6'4, 226-pound Coles caught 36 passes for 480 yards and three touchdowns in 2011 and provides a solid red-zone target for VT quarterback Logan Thomas. Coles missed all of spring practice after his PCL surgery.

Thomas finished the first half just 12-for-23 passing with 90 yards for a meager 3.9 yards per pass attempt. He did manage 40 yards on the ground. Thomas completed passes to six different receivers in the first half, but Coles did not pick up a reception.

For more on the Hokies, head over Gobbler Country, and be sure to check out SBNation's college football hub.

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