The storied football program at Denver’s Mullen High School was spinning out of control under former head coach Dave Logan, with lax oversight by an administration that has since taken corrective steps, according to a review commissioned by the school.

The Catholic college preparatory school on Friday alerted the Colorado High School Activities Association to several possible rules violations that took place on Logan’s watch, said sources familiar with a Mullen briefing to staff and others.

Among the potentially problematic issues: improper player recruitment, misrepresentations about tuition obligations and unauthorized fundraising.

On his 850 KOA talk radio show Friday, Logan said he has never engaged in “any act of impropriety, dishonesty, unethical behavior, however you want to term it.” Logan suggested two school officials felt they had to justify the firing.

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