Dave Logan: Voice of the Broncos
Dave Logan's background reads like an All-American dream: A Colorado native and 1971 winner of the Denver Post Gold Helmet Award. He is one of only two athletes (along with Dave Winfield) drafted by franchises in Major League Baseball, the NBA and the NFL. Dave chose the latter, playing for the Cleveland Browns from 1976-83, and ascending into the top five of virtually every receiving category in the franchise record books. He played his final season in Denver in 1984.
Since then, Dave has jumped behind the mic entertaining Colorado listeners in the late afternoon. For over 12 years he teamed with Scott Hastings on "The Zoo" until Hastings left Newsradio 850-KOA in 2005 to join the Nuggets TV broadcasts full-time.
Dave was named 1997 Broadcast Citizen of the Year in Colorado, and has been Colorado Sportscaster of the Year three times, in 1992, '93, and '98. He is in his 15th full season as the voice of the Denver Broncos, following seven years as color analyst on the broadcasts.
Dave is also one of the most accomplished prep football coaches in state history. He is the the only person in Colorado prep history to coach championship football teams, at the 5A level, at three different schools: Arvada West, Chatfield, and Mullen. He is currently the head coach at Cherry Creek.
Ed McCaffrey: Color Analyst
Ed McCaffrey joins Dave Logan for his first full season providing Broncos color commentary on 850 KOA. He was a guest commentator for three radio games with Logan in 2009.
The former Broncos wide-receiver won two of his three Super Bowl rings with the Broncos (1997, ’98) and was voted to the pro bowl in 1998. He finished his career with 565 receptions for 7,422 yards and 55 touchdowns, and ranks fourth on the Broncos’ all-time receiving list for both catches (462) and yards (6,200), and third in touchdowns (46). His best season came in 2000 when he caught a then-Broncos-record 101 passes (3rd in the NFL) for 1,317 yards and nine touchdowns. He retired from the NFL in 2004 after 13 seasons.
As respected as he was on the field, McCaffrey has made an equally significant impact off the field- hosting annual football camps in Colorado. He and his wife Lisa are the parents of four boys, and are very active in the community through their foundation, which strives to improve the lives of children, particularly in Colorado.
Mike Rice: Studio Host
Mike Rice is an 850 KOA sports anchor, reporter, Broncos blogger, and is the pre-game, halftime and post-game studio host for the Denver Broncos Radio Network. Prior to working at Clear Channel he held the posts of program director, sports director, sports & news anchor, reporter & host, talk show host and account executive at KFKA in Greeley, Colo. where he announced UNC football, men's and women's basketball, volleyball and wrestling. He was a sports reporter, host and anchor for AT&T Cablevision in Greeley from 1991-2001. Rice is a graduate of the University of California-Berkeley.
Andy Lindahl: Sideline Reporter
Andy Lindahl brings you behind-the-scenes details and news from the Broncos' sideline and lockeroom from every home game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. For three seasons, Lindahl was the radio analyst of the Colorado Crush arena team, and in 2006 joined the Denver Outlaws lacrosse television broadcast. Currently he is the host of "Primetime Sports" on 850 KOA and is the color analyst for the Colorado Mammoth lacrosse tv broadcasts. He came to Clear Channel in 1999 and has covered the Broncos for over 10 years.
Alan Roach: Sideline Reporter
Alan Roach is the sideline reporter for all Broncos away games. He has been with Clear Channel in Denver since 1991 and began on 103.5 The Fox on the afternoon drive show. Currently, he anchors sports on Colorado's Morning News and is the stadium Announcer for the Denver Broncos and Colorado Avalanche. In 1990, he was the PA announcer for the AAA Colorado Springs Sky Sox. Roach is best known for the 14 years he spent behind the mic at Coors Field as the PA announcer for the Colorado Rockies. He has also been the PA announcer for multiple Super Bowls & NFL Events, USA Hockey, Winter Olympics, the Denver Nuggets, DU Pioneers Hockey, the Denver Grizzlies (IHL), the Colorado Crush…and on the trains at DIA.
Mark Johnson: Sports Director
Mark Johnson is 850 KOA's Sports Director and voice of the Colorado Buffaloes. He joined KOA in 2004. Previously, Johnson spent two years as the "Voice of the Orange" for Syracuse Football and Men’s Basketball. Before his time in Syracuse, Johnson was the play-by-play announcer for four years at Illinois State University and earned three Silver Dome Awards for best play-by-play broadcast in the state of Illinois. He also worked for two years as an announcer for the University of North Dakota. Johnson earned a bachelor’s degree in communications from North Dakota in 1992.