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WVU's real warrior deserves respect

Written by Colin Dunlap on .

By Colin Dunlap | 12:31 a.m. Thursday 

Sometimes you interview a subject who has a story that goes beyond the average, everyday athlete -- West Virginia walk-on Bryan Logsdon's story is miles beyond most.

He's a guy who will be 28 later this month.

He's a guy who was cut once from the team.

He's a guy who never played high school football.

And, oh yeah, he's a guy who is a Navy veteran and saw time in combat.

You want your kids to have a role model on this WVU team? I am sure there are quite a few to choose from. That said, there might not be one better than Logsdon, even if he might never play a down.

          > READ THE FULL STORY ON LOGSDON HERE

 

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