Oregon has promoted wide receivers coach Matt Lubick to offensive coordinator, according to Rob Moseley of GoDucks.com, who reported an announcement from head coach Mark Helfrich.
“I think Matt is an outstanding football coach,” Helfrich said. “He’s very detail-oriented, he’s an outstanding recruiter. … I think our continuity as a staff is a strength.”
Lubick, 43, has spent the past three years as the Ducks’ wide receivers coach and passing game coordinator as Oregon has continued to have one of the most dominant offenses in college football. He succeeds Scott Frost, who has left Oregon to become the head coach at Central Florida.
“My mindset is ever since I’ve been employed here, I wake up every day and try to do the best job I can do to help Oregon football win,” Lubick said. “I did that when Scott was here, and I’m doing it now that he’s left.”
With Lubick officially in charge of the offense, look for Oregon to continue contending for national championships in 2016.
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