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Matt Lubick Joins Washington For His Fourth Job In Three Months

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These coaches ain’t loyal.

For the fourth time in three months, Matt Lubick is set to take a new job.

In a statement released by the Washington Huskies football program, it was announced that Lubick will join the staff as the team’s wide receivers coach and co-offensive coordinator.

“I am excited to add Matt to our coaching staff,” Washington head coach Chris Petersen said in the statement. “He has earned a national reputation as an innovative coaching mind and a successful recruiter. Equally as important, we believe he will be a terrific fit with our staff, players and the University of Washington.”

Lubick replaces Bush Hamdan, who recently left the Huskies to join the Atlanta Falcons.

Before joining Petersen’s staff, Lubick was the offensive coordinator at Baylor. Less than two weeks prior to accepting the Baylor gig, Lubick was the wide receivers coach at Ole Miss. That move came after Lubick left Oregon upon the arrival of new head coach Willie Taggart.

We’ll have to wait and see how long Lubick keeps this job.

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