Alvin Logan

Washington Huskies #3 - Safety

  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 219

Alvin Logan Retires


Husky linebacker Alvin Logan who was a starter at SLB coming out of spring practice will not continue to play college football because of a knee injury that just wouldn't heal right according to...

The Monday Morning Wash


Spring football is now past its mid point and most observers who have seen the Huskies in action have christened them to be bowl contenders with the ability to finish in the upper division of the...

Huskies show well in first scrimmage


Washington had its first scrimmage fo the year yesterday and two of the obvious stars where RB's Deontae Cooper and Jessie Callier. With Chris Polk limited to non contact drills this spring the two...

Puppy Chow


DE Peter Follmer has made a strong early impression with his overall strength. He also won't cost the football team a scholarship, as he was a walk on in the track and field program. DE Clarence...

Moves at LB


Huskies shuffle players at LB

Reaching for answers at defensive end


Washington's defense made a lot of progress last season under first year DC Nick Holt but one thing was certainly obvious and that was the coach needed more depth and quality to get the job done...

Puppy Chow


Jake Locker making progress with his thigh injury.

The Monday Morning Wash


Let's open the week by talking about what some goals of new Pac 10 commisioner Larry Scott ought to be. We expect him to shake things up a bit in order to create more revenue opportunities for the...

2009 UW Preview: Wide Receivers


Talent abounds in a young receiving corp at Washington.  With "thanks" to Tyrone WIllingham for throwing a group of freshman into the fire last season, the Huskies are deep and game tested...if not...

2009 UW Preview - Safeties


With all the discussion of a dearth of athletes on the football squad, Husky fans can take solace knowing the team will have legitimate talent lining up at safety in 2009.  Jr Nate Williams, So...