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Mesa Ridge running back Karlos Logan hopes to make more of a difference vs. Widefield on Saturday

Sports: Gazette Preps : Football Wed, Oct 1, 2014 - 8:40 PM 0

Last year, Mesa Ridge's Karlos Logan was a third-down running back at best. He was the change-of-pace guy, the fast guy who could maybe find a seam in the defense and spark the Grizzlies' offense. Logan had seven carries...

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