By Matt Browning
Logan Arasmith, a running back from Beloit, was chosen as the Hog Wild Performer of the Month for October. During the Trojans’ three-game winning streak in the middle of October, Arasmith rushed for nearly 800 yards and 11 touchdowns.
“I think starting the season 0-2 has been what has motivated me and the rest of the team,” Arasmith said. “After we lost those games, our entire team realized we needed to figure out what is happening. We figured out our problems and have not looked back since. I think this is the biggest thing that motivates me, because I do not want to lose another game. I will work my hardest to make sure we don’t lose another game.”
Some of Arasmith’s greatest attributes are the things that don’t show up on the stat sheet.
“My strength as a player is my heart,” Arasmith said. “I go into every game willing to give it my all, no matter what happens. I think of my teammates as my brothers and would do anything I had to for them.”
When it comes to physical ability, Arasmith utilizes his shiftiness and quickness on the field.
“Our head coach has put in plays to let me get in the open field to use my shiftiness or has let me run routes to get in open space,” Arasmith said. “With my speed, I can get to the hole created and make quick cuts and use my vision to see cut lanes or ways to get into open field.”