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Logan Woodside
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Holds Toledo career record for passing yards (10,514), touchdowns (93) and passing efficiency (162.87)...Tied for fourth in completion percentage (65.1%)...First in 300-yard passing games with 17...Ranks fifth all-time in MAC history with 93 TD passes...Finished his career 12th all-time in FBS history in career passing

efficiency...Career record as a starting QB is 29-9 (1-0 in 2013, 8-2 in 2014, 9-4 in 2016, 11-3 in 2017).

2017—Named MAC Offensive Player of the Year...Earned Vern Smith Leadership Award (MAC MVP)...Named first-team All-MAC...Named Offensive Player of the Game for his performance in Toledo’s 45-28 victory over Akron in the MAC Championship Game on Dec. 2...Threw for 307 yards and four TDs in that game...Finished

with 3,882 passing yards and 28 touchdowns...Led the MAC in completion percentage (64.2), passing efficiency (162.2), TDs (28), yards (3,882), yards per completion (14.7), and yards per attempt (9.45)...Named official “contender” for the Heisman Trophy by the Heisman Trophy Trust...Has completed seven passes over 60

yards...Named MAC West Offensive Player of the Week three times...19-of-31 for 314 yards and no interceptions against Elon in season opener...19-of-27 for 232

yards and two TDs vs. Nevada...Tied a school record with 6 touchdown passes against Tulsa...Threw for 458 yards against the Golden Hurricane, leading UT to a win after trailing by 21 points...Named MAC West Divison Offensive Player of the Week for his performance vs. Tulsa...Completed 28 of his career-high 48 passes against

Miami (Fla.), throwing for 342 yards and three touchdowns...Completed 23 of 34 passes for 289 yards against EMU...Completed 10 of his 18 passes for 89 yards during

a rainstorm at CMU...Completed 17 of his 24 passes for 304 yards against Akron, throwing for five touchdowns...Named MAC West Offensive Player of the Week for his performacne vs. the Zips...Completed a pass to 10 different receivers against the Zips...Threw for 267 yards and three TDs at Ball State...Completed 23 of his 31

passes for 361 yards against NIU...Completed 24 passes on 35 attempts for 263 yards and a TD against Ohio...completed 13 of his 18 pass attempts for 232 yards

and two touchdowns against Bowling Green...Threw for 300 yards and two touchdowns against Western Michigan to help Toledo clinch MAC West crown...Also honored by Davey O’Brien Award and Manning Award following the Tulsa game...Named MAC Scholar Athlete of the Week by the MAC following the Tulsa

game...Preseason candidate for Heisman Trophy...Named to watch list for Maxwell Award, Davey O’Brien Award, Manning Award and Johnny Unitas Golden Arm

Award...Team captain.

2016—First-team All-MAC selection...Named a Heisman Trophy “contender” by the Heisman Trophy Trust...Led nation with 45 touchdown passes...Broke school record of 29 TD throws achieved twice by Bruce Gradkowski (2003 and 2005)...45 TD passes is second among MAC all-time leaders, one shy of record of 46 set by

BGSU’s Matt Johnson in 2015...Second in country in passing efficiency (183.3)...Led MAC and ranked sixth in nation in passing yards/game (317.6)...Second in MAC and fourth in nation in completion percentage (69.1%)...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...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...32-of-46 for 438 yards and three TDs vs. Ohio...Named MAC West Offensive Player of the Week following Ohio game...Completed 98-yard TD to Jon’Vea Johnson vs. Ohio, the longest play from scrimmage in UT history...23-of-32 for 264 yards and four TDs vs. CMU...23-30 for 322 yards and four TDs vs. BGSU...25-of-

31 with four TDs vs. EMU...30-of-38 for career-high 505 yards and five TDs vs. BYU...30 completions was a career best, and five TDs tied his career high...MAC West

co-offensive Player of the Week and MAC Male Scholar Athlete of the Week for his performance vs. BYU...15-of-26 for 239 yards and four TD passes vs. Fresno State...13-of-25 for 329 yards and four TDs vs. Maine...Completed 23-of-31 passes for 371 yards and three TDs vs. Arkansas State...Named MAC West Offensive

Player of the Week and Manning Award “Star of the Week” for his efforts...On official watch list for Manning Award, presented annually to the nation’s top quarterback,

and Maxwell Award, given to the top overall player in the country... Academic All-America nominee.

2015—Did not see game action...Redshirted and retained junior eligibility.

2014—Ranked fourth in MAC in passing efficiency (142.5) and completion percentage (62.5), 10th in passing yards (188.6)...Completed 21-of-27 passes for 176 yards vs. Arkansas State in the GoDaddy Bowl...Threw for 323 yards and career-high five TDs vs. EMU...Also completed career-best 77.8% (14-18) of his passes vs. the Eagles...Named one of eight Manning Award Stars of the Week for his performance vs. EMU...Did not start and played in only one series at NIU on Nov. 11 due to

ankle injury suffered at Kent State on Nov. 4...Returned to full-time action in 27-20 win vs. BGSU on Nov. 19, completing 8-of-18 passes for 53 yards...Three TD passes

vs. Kent State and UMass...Completed just 13-of-27 passes in rainstorm at WMU on Oct. 4, but drove UT 55 yards for game-tying field goal with just over a minute left in regulation...Connected on 23-of-34 passes for season-high 339 yards and two TDs vs. CMU...Completed 13-of-22 passes for 152 yards and one TD vs. Ball

State...Also set career highs in rushing (43) and rushing TDs (2) vs. Cardinals...Stepped into starting role following season-ending injury to Phillip Ely vs. Missouri on

Sept. 6...Completed 6-of-10 passes for 52 yards vs. Mizzou...Took over as starting QB vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 12...Completed 27-of-40 passes for 322 yards and three touchdowns vs. Bearcats...Earned co-MAC West Division Player of the Week honors vs. the Bearcats...Rushed for 78 yards and three TDs on 52 carries...Named to

the Academic All-MAC team.

2013—Played in four games as a true freshman, starting one vs. CMU on Sept. 21...Completed 14-of-24 passes for 185 yards off the bench to lead UT to a 33-21 victory over Eastern Washington on Sept. 14...Season-best 81-yard TD pass vs. EWU.



Completed 138-of-212 passes for 2,951 yards and a school-record 41 touchdowns as a senior...Led his school to a 12-1 record, advancing to the third round of state playoffs...Earned first-team all-state honors from MaxPreps...Rushed for 428 yards and nine TDs...Added 65.5 tackles, five interceptions and 13 pass breakups on

defense...Named Offensive MVP for Team Kentucky in Best of the Bluegrass All-Star game...As a junior, threw for 2,560 yards and 29 touchdowns...Rushed for 417 yards and seven TDs...Three-star recruit by MVP at the Midwest Ultimate 100 Camp...High school coach was Chris Tracy.



Full name is Logan Miles Woodside...Parents are Jason Woodside and Emily Cleveland...Has one step-brother, Tyler Cleveland...Graduated in December of 2016 with a degree in marketing...Currently pursuing master's degree in recreation administration.


Career Game Highs Completions: 32 (Ohio, 10-27-16)

Attempts: 48 (Miami(Fla.), 9-23-17)

Completion Percentage: 80.6%/25-31 (EMU, 10-8-16)

Passing Yards: 505 (BYU, 9-30-16)

Touchdowns Passes 6 (Tulsa, 9-16-17)

Rushing Yards: 43 (Ball State, 9-20-14)

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