Running Backs Coach

Kevin Bourgoin returns in 2018 for his second season as the club’s Running Backs Coach. In his first season in the position, Bourgoin helped the Bombers become the leading rushing unit in the CFL with 1,824 total rushing yards in 336 attempts.

Not only did Bombers running back Andrew Harris lead the league in rushing yards at 1,035, but three other players on the club reached over 100 rushing yards in the 2017 campaign.

Prior to joining the Bombers, he was the associate head coach for the University of Maine from March 2007 to January 2016. In that span, he was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. He also spent time coaching wide receivers, tight ends, and fullbacks at Maine from 2005-2006. In total, Bourgoin spent 15 seasons at the University of Maine, coaching a variety of offensive positions. He has also held the position of receivers coach at Brown University for five seasons. Bourgoin started his coaching career at Colby in 1997, coaching receivers and tight ends.