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Logan Woodside



Logan Woodside graduated in May of 2017 with a degree in marketing and a 3.42 GPA and is currently pursuing his MBA. He was an Academic All-MAC honoree in 2014 and 2016 and an Academic All-America nominee in 2016.


Woodside is a team captain in 2017.


Woodside is a Boys and Girls Club volunteer, Victory Day volunteer, Ronald McDonald House volunteer, Cherry Street Mission Volunteer, Toledo Crash Wheelchair game volunteer (2015-2017), Glass City Marathon Kids Run volunteer and is involved in the elementary school reading program.


Woodside holds the Toledo career record for passing efficiency (162.7). He ranks second in TD passes (67), third in completion percentage (65.6%), fourth in passing yards (7,178), first with 11 300-yard passing games, fourth in MAC history in completion percentage and has a career record as a starting QB of 20-6.

For 2017, Woodside ranks first in the MAC in passing efficiency (156.0) and second in the league in passing yards (273.0). He is a preseason candidate for the Heisman Trophy and has been named to watch lists for the Maxwell Award, Davey O’Brien Award, Manning Award and Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award.

In 2016, Woodside was a first-team All-MAC selection. He was named a Heisman Trophy “contender” by the Heisman Trophy Trust. He led the nation with 45 touchdown passes, breaking the school record of 29. His 45 TD passes is second among MAC all-time leaders, one shy of the record of 46. He was second in the country in passing efficiency (183.3), led the MAC and ranked sixth in the nation in passing yards per game (317.6) and was second in the MAC and fourth in the nation in completion percentage (69.1%). Woodside had 24 completions of 40 or more yards, at least three TD passes in 12 of 13 games and six games with at least four and one with five. He went 25-of-39 for 325 yards and three TDs vs. Ball State, 23-of-33 for 286 yards and three TDs vs. NIU, 26-of-37 for 327 yards and three TDs at Akron and 32-of-46 for 438 yards and three TDs vs. Ohio.

In 2014, Woodside ranked fourth in the MAC in passing efficiency (142.5) and completion percentage (62.5), 10th in passing yards per game (188.6), and he completed 21 of 27 passes for 176 yards vs. Arkansas State in the GoDaddy Bowl.