LOGAN — When the book is finally written on the Chieftains’ 2013 season, a chapter or two must be devoted to the play of their special teams.
Excellent special teams play has played a huge role in the team’s success. Without it, the Chiefs wouldn’t be 5-4 entering Friday night’s finale against Warren.
Special teams have especially played tremendous roles in Logan’s Southeastern Ohio Athletic League wins over Portsmouth, Jackson and Gallipolis. Logan could very well be 2-1, 1-2 or even 0-3 in the league otherwise.
“If you look up and down our special teams, we don’t have an overwhelming amount of offensive and defensive starters on them,” said Logan coach Billy Burke. “We are getting guys opportunities to get into the game, and I think for those guys who get in the game (it goes) back to knowing our roles.