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Mutliple sources are reporting that Former Oregon co-offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach Matt Lubick is joining the Ole Miss staff as the Rebels’ new receivers coach. Per Fox Sports:

Word is, the 44-year-old Lubick, regarded as one of college football’s top recruiters, had several other offers from Power 5 programs but he’s expected to return to Oxford, where he had spent two seasons on Ed Orgeron’s staff a decade ago. As the Ducks OC and wide receivers coach, Lubick helped the Ducks post school-records for passing yards (4,687), completions (326), and first downs passing (198) while recording a conference all-time best 44 touchdown catches in 2014. At Duke, Lubick was a finalist for AFCA Assistant Coach of the Year after guiding All-ACC wide outs Jamison Crowder and Conner Vernon to record-setting seasons. At ASU, Lubick practically signed an entire recruiting class by himself as the team’s recruiting coordinator.
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Cup of coffee & gone again. Didn't even get his gear unpacked & stowed. Off to WacKo.
Reply59 months
Nutt back at Ole Miss?
Reply59 months
I'm glad those Bama wins were so memorable for all of college football.
Reply59 months
Oxford, MS: Where dreams go to fizzle out.
Reply59 months
They flamed out this year, but they beat Bama 2 of the last 3 years and won the Sugar Bowl 2 years ago, so there's that.
59 months
Cotton, not Sugar.
59 months
Sugar, not Cotton.
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