Logan graduated from Texas A&M with a B.S. in agricultural leadership & development ('06) and a M.S. in sport management ('08). After graduation, he coached on the basketball staffs at A&M, Kentucky and Paris Junior College. In 2010 Logan started at TexAgs as a basketball and recruiting analyst, but now serves as Director of Sales, along with covering Aggie Basketball. He’s married to Katy (Pounds) Lee, who played at A&M for Gary Blair.
Aggie men's basketball is coming of an historic season and an SEC Championship. Without the senior leadership of last year's seniors, some younger Ags will need to step up. After opening practice on Monday, they may be prepared to do just that.
Early and persistent attention paid off for A&M Coach Billy Kennedy and his staff in gaining the pledge of Alvin star Savion Flagg. A&M was Flagg's first offer, and the versatile forward has decided to play college ball in Aggieland.
Sahvir Wheeler visited College Station this past weekend for the UCLA football game and walked away with a great feeling about the Aggie coaching staff, the current student-athletes on the team and the basketball program in general. Wheeler made the decision to verbally commit to Billy Kennedy and company.
Add another to the 2016 Texas A&M basketball recruiting class — and it's a big one. On Tuesday it was revealed that Quality Education Academy (Va.) small forward Deshawn Corprew, a national top-100 player, had committed to the Aggies.
The Texas A&M basketball staff is whole again. On Sunday it was revealed that Billy Kennedy had hired Don Maestri, who spent 31 years at the helm of the Troy Trojans program, to fill the special assistant spot vacated by the departing Mitch Cole.
News broke late Thursday night that Texas A&M head coach Billy Kennedy will hire Virginia Tech assistant coach Isaac Chew for the vacant assistant coaching spot on the Aggies' bench. Chew coached under Kennedy at Murray State from 2007-2011.
Buckle up: former All-American and Cousy Award winner Acie Law IV — the most revered player in Texas A&M Basketball history — has agreed to begin producing content for TexAgs. The collaboration will include special video features, analysis and weekly radio segments.