Dowell Loggains will be the next offensive coordinator at South Carolina, according to a report from Mike Gillespie of ABC-Columbia, who noted that the “deal is done.”

Loggains will replace Marcus Satterfield who left for the same job at Nebraska about 2 weeks ago.

Loggains, a former walk-on quarterback with the Razorbacks, has been with Arkansas for 2 seasons as tight ends coach.

Loggains has spent time with 5 different NFL teams: the Tennessee Titans, Cleveland Browns, Chicago Bears, Miami Dolphins and New York Jets. He was the offensive coordinator for Chicago, New York and Miami.

He is viewed as one of the best recruiters on Arkansas’ staff, and the Razorbacks currently have three 4-star tight end commits.

Loggains spent the 2019 and 2020 seasons as the New York Jets offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, and before that was on the Dolphins’ staff.

In 3 seasons with Chicago, his first as the quarterbacks coach in 2015, Loggains mentored Jay Cutler to a career season as the 10-year veteran posted then single-season bests in passer rating and yards per attempt, all while reducing his interception total by seven from the previous season, according to his Arkansas bio.