Ben would love this guy-
Steve Logan (born February 3, 1953) is an American football coach. Most recently, he served as the running backs coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League (NFL), a position he held from 2009 to 2011. Logan was the head football coach at East Carolina University from 1992 to 2002, compiling a record of 69–58.
In 1989, Logan became an assistant coach at East Carolina University. He was team's offensive coordinator under Bill Lewis from 1990–91, working alongside future Boston College Head Coach Jeff Jagodzinski. When Logan succeeded Lewis, Jagodzinski remained on staff for four years before accepting the offensive coordinator position at Boston College. The 1991 Pirate team finished 11–1, reached a top-10 national ranking and defeated North Carolina State in the Peach Bowl.
Logan served as the head coach of East Carolina from 1992–2002. He became the school's all-time winning coach (69–5, and led the Pirates to five bowl games, including the 1994 St. Jude Liberty Bowl, the 1995 St. Jude Liberty Bowl, the 1999 Mobile Alabama Bowl, the 2000 Galleryfurniture.com Bowl, and the 2001 GMAC Bowl. Logan's 1995 team finished with a 9–3 record and a No. 23 ranking in the final Associated Press poll. In 1996, ECU gave the Miami Hurricanes their worst defeat (31–6) in the Orange Bowl in 12 seasons. In 1999, ECU upset #9 Miami at Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh, North Carolina, after Hurricane Floyd devastated Greenville. For this 9–3 season, which also included victories over West Virginia, South Carolina, and NC State en route to another bowl game. the team won the ESPN Spirit Award. He resigned on December 7, 2002 after a "substandard" 4–8 season. Three of Logan's quarterbacks; Jeff Blake, Marcus Crandell, and David Garrard went on to pro careers.
Logan rejoined former assistant Jeff Jagodzinski as offensive coordinator at Boston College in 2007. He helped develop quarterback Matt Ryan, who would win the ACC Player of the Year, the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, the Manning Award and was named the AP NFL Rookie of the Year.
In January 2009, Jagodzinski got fired after interviewing for the New York Jets head coaching vacancy. Logan was considered a candidate to replace him, and interviewed for the job with Boston College athletic director Gene DeFilippo. After the school had promoted defensive coordinator Frank Spaziani to the head coaching position, Logan decided to leave the program.
Logan was hired as the running backs coach for the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers on February 11, 2009, reuniting him with Jagodzinski, the team's offensive coordinator. After Jagodzinski's firing in September 2009, Logan remained on the Buccaneers staff.
Logan's nickname at ECU was Riverboat Gambler. They would score inside of 2 minutes quite often..Ben would LOVE this guy..