Former Mullen head coach Dave Logan
"We are grateful for his time, commitment and dedication to Mullen. He has served our community well during his nine years of service and our community is very appreciative to him. We wish Coach Logan the best of luck in his future endeavors and thank him for his contributions to Mullen," Mullen President and CEO Ryan Clement said in a statement Wednesday afternoon.
The details of Logan's exit have not been released.
"He was told a couple weeks ago that he was to resign," Mullen junior defensive lineman Collin Albershardt told 9NEWS Wednesday afternoon. "But he denied that and wanted to keep coaching here. Then, the board met today and made a decision that he was to no longer coach here. Him or his coaching staff."
"We had a meeting right after school and he told us, not exactly what happened, but how he feels about us. He's definitely not going to be jumping out of our lives anytime soon and that he's here for us for the long haul as his primary team," Albershardt said.
Logan had an overall record of 90-11 and coached the Mustangs to three state football championships He was also named the 2010 Colorado High School Coach of the Year.
In, his last season, the Mustangs finished 9-3 overall and ended fourth in the state.
Logan is also the voice of the Denver Broncos on 850KOA.
Clement says the school will immediately start a national search for their next football coach.
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