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Dave Logan cleared by CHSAA of any wrongdoing in Mullen investigation

By: NEIL H. DEVLIN
August 20, 2012 Updated: July 3, 2013 at 9:32 am
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photo - Cherry Creek High School principal Ryan Silva, left, introduced Dave Logan, right, as the school's newest football coach in January. (Karl Gehring, The Denver Post file) Photo by
Cherry Creek High School principal Ryan Silva, left, introduced Dave Logan, right, as the school's newest football coach in January. (Karl Gehring, The Denver Post file) Photo by  

AURORA — It took months and multiple investigations, but Dave Logan has officially been cleared by the Colorado High School Activities Association.

On Monday, CHSAA commissioner Paul Angelico issued a statement on Logan, one of the state's best athletes and football coaches, who was fired from Mullen High School in January amid the school's insinuations that he oversaw a dirty program.

Mullen, a highly visible and successful La Sallian private school in southwest Denver, was placed on one-year probation on Friday after officials were satisfied it had corrected institutionalized problems.

"The CHSAA is not, has not and is not planning to investigate Dave Logan for anything related to the recent closure of the Mullen issue," Angelico said. "We have not received any information that would lead us to believe that we need to spend time on this matter."

Logan is the radio voice of the Denver Broncos for 850-KOA.

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