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Dave Logan, Football & Basketball

  • 1975 First Team All-American (Sporting News)
  • 1974 Playboy Preseason All-American
  • Averaged 14.1 Points in 58 Basketball Games
  • Drafted by Three Professional Leagues (NFL, NBA, MLB)

A first-team All-American as a senior in 1975 as selected by The Sporting News... A Playboy Preseason All-American prior to his junior season, the lone Buff to ever make the squad as a non-senior... He caught 68 passes for 1,078 yards in his CU career, numbers that both ranked second at the time of his graduation and remain in the top 20 all-time... He led the Buffs in receiving in both 1974 and 1975, after finishing second to the late J.V. Cain as a sophomore in 1973... Shared the punting duties as a soph, averaging 35.9 yards per kick, placing 10 of 29 punts inside-the-20, one of the best percentages in school history... Also returned punts, and led the team in ’73 with a 10.8 average and a touchdown on 16 returns... A two-sport star at CU (he also lettered in basketball, averaging 14.1 points in 58 career games), Logan is one of a handful to ever be drafted in three sports: he was a third round pick by Cleveland in the 1976 NFL Draft (65th overall); the Kansas City Kings nabbed him in the ninth round of the ’76 NBA Draft; and the Cincinnati Reds had drafted him as an infielder and pitcher in the 19th round of baseball’s June draft out of high school (longtime MLB outfielder Dave Winfield was also drafted in three)... He played in 119 NFL games with Cleveland (1976-83) and Denver (1984)... Snared 263 passes for 4,250 yards and 24 touchdowns in his pro career... Settled back home in Colorado where he starred as a prep; he is a high school head coach (Mullen), a longtime participant in the radio sportstalk scene in Denver, and is the radio play-by-play voice of the Denver Broncos after several years as the color analyst... He also worked several CU football games for KCNC-TV in the 1990s as the color commentator.

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