If you thought Jason Licht was excited about the Bruce Arians hire when the Bucs' general manager introduced his new head coach before a room full of television cameras as "the coolest damn coach in the NFL," you should have seen him off-camera.And now, you can.In a behind-the-scenes video produced by the Bucs, Licht — who previously worked with Arians in Arizona — reveals that he was so excited the night before Arians' arrival in Tampa that he couldn't sleep.At 12:30 a.m., he got up to get water. Even though nobody else was awake, he found himself pumping his fist triumphantly. Over and over again."I was like, 'What the hell are you doing? There's nobody around. Who are you doing this to?'" Licht says he told himself. "It was like, 'Hell, yeah, we've got B.A. coming in here,' and you're excited about that."The eight-minute video includes footage of Arians' arrival in Tampa, the coach disembarking from his plane and his welcome in the lobby at One Buc Place. In an office down the hall, he greets Licht with a hug."You ready to roll?" Arians asks."I'm ready," Licht responds. "You?""Yeah, man.""Coach came in, and his confidence was just screaming out of him," Licht says. "He detailed his plan of what we're gonna do to get successful, and it was the same thing that he did in Arizona that I witnessed, first-hand."In his first season with the Cardinals, Arians took a five-win team and turned it into a 10-win squad. It won 11 games the following season, and then 13 in 2015, when it advanced to the NFC Championship Game.Bucs owner/co-chairman Bryan Glazer said that Arians' track record is what sold him on the coach."My father always said, 'If you want to know the road ahead, ask the man who's been there,'" Glazer says, "and that's exactly the case with hiring Bruce Arians."Now, the two-time AP NFL coach of the year and two-time Super Bowl champion (with the Steelers) is anxious to repeat that success with the Bucs."The guy is fiercely loyal to those who have the same goal as he does," Licht says, "and that's to put rings on our fingers."Arians' burning desire to win is evidenced by video clips showing him on the sideline in Arizona, expressing his displeasure with officials in colorful language that has been bleeped out."People find out very quickly how much he wants to win," Licht says.Arians' sense of humor comes through in the video, as well."When we interviewed him, I think the question was, 'What's the biggest misconception people have of you?'" Licht says. "And he said, 'That my age is going to affect my desire to win and to coach at a high level.'"Then he laughed and said, 'I may be 66, but I'm 66 and sexy, baby."