October 7, 2022 Local Stories in and Around St. Joseph, Illinois

10 things you don’t know about me… SJO Quarterback Logan Smith


We asked St. Joseph-Ogden quarterback Logan Smith to tell us 10 interesting things about himself. Here are his answers.


My dog is something that is important to me because she is part of our family and very special.

On a typical Sunday, I usually go to work at the Urbana Country Club, or I will watch football.

One of my pre-game rituals is I like to listen to country music on the bus because I like it and it gets me ready for the game.

An accomplishment that has meant the most to me is working hard when I was young to play varsity sports as an underclassman.

My favorite thing about playing football is the environment on a Friday night game at home where the crowd gets into it.

One of my favorite shirts is a Nike shirt that is red, white, and blue and has Nike across the front saying USA.

My wallet is something I always carry with me. It has a lot of essential things I need like my license and money.

A show or movie I can watch over and over is Friday Night Lights.

My first pet was named Carlos and he was a fish.

My goal this season is to win all of our rivalry games and to make a deep postseason run.

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