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A guy on opposingviews.com mentioned Steve Logan for OC

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top dawg    8,623

Logan worked as an assistant under Jimmy Johnson, John Cooper, and Bill McCartney. He has tutored NFL quarterbacks with distinctly different skill sets and helped each of them improve. He is not conventional, and in a league where innovation is vital especially with a talent like Cam Newton, Logan is the perfect fit.
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It's a thought. Really hadn't thought about Steve Logan as the OC. Would be an interesting move, although after Chud, the FO might not have the stomach for such an innovative forward-thinker on offense. Moreover , with Rivera's neck on the line, would he have the vision to sign off on such a move? Logan seems to know what he's talking about, and definitely has a lot of knowledge and ideas about football.

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top dawg    8,623

Very interesting canidate. He has developed a few nfl QBs..

He speaks positively about Cam Newton, also. The things Logan could probably do. The thought is somewhat tantalizing.

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teeray    16,195

Steve Logan is fugging awesome! I love that cat (and I am a UNC not ECU fan). I don't want him to get OC though because he has a Saturday morning radio show here in Raleigh that is a must listen every week.

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4Corners    2,007

One of the biggest mistakes ECU ever made was letting this guy go. Don't want him as panthers OC, tho.

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Guest Tom Cat   
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He sounds comfortable where he is and would be like trying to bring an aged dinosaur back to life.

No

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teeray    16,195

He sounds comfortable where he is and would be like trying to bring an aged dinosaur back to life.

No

He was coaching in the NFL just 2 seasons ago.

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Guest Tom Cat   
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2 seasons of failure as a rb coach with the bucs 2 years ago is hardly a pimp for an oc job

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panthers55    5,132

I watched Logan at ECU for a decade. He did develop Jeff Blake and David Garrard. Here is an article he wrote bout his offensive philosophy. How much do you think that matches up with our skill sets?

http://afcastore.com/products/showexcerpt.cfm?excerpt_id=2866

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teeray    16,195

2 seasons of failure as a rb coach with the bucs 2 years ago is hardly a pimp for an oc job

He has a larger resume than that, but okay.

I should note though that his first season there the Bucs had over 2,000 yards rushing (8th in the NFL) and averaged 4.6 yards per carry (6th in the NFL). Both of those number are better than this year's team that has Doug Martin on it, and that team in 2010 had no real talent at RB.

I guess that is considered failure these days. smh

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