Former UM Coach Wins Grey Cup [VIDEO]
The longest championship drought in Canadian Football League history is over and former UMaine assistant coach Kevin Bougoin is right in the middle of that history.
The 107th Grey Cup Championship game was won last night 33-12 by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. The first CFL title for Winnipeg in 29 years.
Former UMaine offensive coordinator Kevin Bourgoin is the third year running backs coach for the Blue Bombers. His featured runner, Andrew Harris, rushed 18 times for 134 yards and a TD. He was named Grey Cup MVP.
From 2007 to 2016, Bourgoin was UMaine's offensive coordinator and associate head coach under Jack Cosgrove.
His wife, Amanda, spend time as Husson University softball coach.