A true talent in the offensive backfield, Logan played his college football at the University of Kentucky, thanks to a productive collegiate career, the Cincinnati Bengals took Logan with the 130th pick in the 5th round where he began his long-playing career in the NFL.

After his rookie and sophomore seasons with the Bengals, Logan played nine more seasons with the Miami Dolphins, San Francisco 49ers, and Washington Redskins. During his stop in San Francisco, the running back/fullback won a Super Bowl while serving as a valuable asset in quarterback Steve Young’s backfield. Logan finished his career with 1,391 yards on the ground with 15 touchdowns and 1,135 yards receiving with three touchdowns.

Now retired from the game, Logan will forever be remembered for his play-making ability and vision on the field. With his playing days over, the FBU coach now focuses on teaching young running backs what it takes to be an NFL back.

Marc Logan
FBU Running Back Coach
Playing Career
College: Kentucky
Drafted: 1987 / Round: 5 / Pick: 130

Cincinnati Bengals (1987-88)
Miami Dolphins (1989-91)
San Francisco 49ers (1992-94)
Washington Redskins (1995-97)
Career Highlights

Super Bowl Appearance: Cincinnati Bengals (XXIII)
Super Bowl Champion: San Francisco 49ers (XXIX)