"Larry Lewis" is a college football coach and former player. He is currently the special teams and running backs coach for the Virginia Cavaliers football/Virginia Cavaliers. Previously Lewis served as the head football coach at Idaho State Bengals football/Idaho State and as an assistant coach at Weber State Wildcats football/Weber State, Washington State Cougars football/Washington State and Colorado State Rams football/Colorado State. Lewis also played linebacker at Boise State Broncos football/Boise State from 1977 through 1980 and was a member of the Broncos' 1980 Boise State Broncos football team/national championship team in 1980.

Lewis was hired by Idaho State on November 23, 1998, to serve as their head coach after he served as an assistant for Mike Price for 18 years at both Weber State and Washington State. During his tenure as the Bengals' head coach, he led the team to an overall record of 40 wins and 49 losses (40–49) and to a co-Big Sky Conference championship in 2002. Lewis was fired from Idaho State, along with his entire staff, on November 20, 2006, after they won only two games during the season.

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This is the way we play, no matter who we play, ... Good teams will do that. It will be the same message next week.

Our dads used to do this, and now us cousins always get together for it.

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The one thing I've realized is our kids will compete in a big venue, ... When you go into these games, you take away all the positives. Did they play hard? Did they get better?