Logan out after 11 seasons at Muskingum

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Al Logan Al Logan is out after 11 seasons as head coach at Muskingum. A former All-America offensive lineman at Muskingum, Logan has also previously been head coach at Sewanee.

"Al Logan is admired by many Muskies for his hard work and dedication to Muskingum," said athletic director Larry Shank said in a statement issued by the athletic department. "We are grateful for his service to our institution and our student-athletes."

The Muskies returned 18 starters from last year's 4-6 season but struggled, winning the season opener vs. Muskingum and the season finale against Wilmington to finish 2-8, 1-8 in the OAC. Logan was 29-81 in 11 seasons.

The 2009 Ohio Athletic Conference coach of the year, Logan had built the Muskies up from an 0-10 season in his first year to a 4-6 mark. But although Muskingum had two other 4-6 seasons in his tenure, the team never broke through to the .500 mark.

Logan's career mark stands at 33-95.

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