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Former Oregon offensive coordinator Matt Lubick to take co-offensive coordinator job at Washington

It’s his THIRD job this OFFSEASON

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Matt Lubick is on the move again.

It’s been a rocky offseason for the former Oregon offensive coordinator. First, Lubick took a job with Ole Miss as the wide receivers coach. Two weeks later, he jumped ship for Baylor to become their co-offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach. Now, he’s changing gigs again, taking the same job with the Washington Huskies. The news was first reported by

Lubick will share the offensive coordinator duties with Jonathan Smith. The two have a history together as Smith was a quarterback for Oregon State while Lubick coached the secondary from 1999 to 2000.

Lubick is filling the void left when former wide receivers coach Bush Hamdan took a job with the Atlanta Falcons as the quarterbacks coach. Can’t blame that guy for wanting to be the guy who coaches Matty Ice Ryan.

Now, Lubick is back on the West Coast where he has spent the bulk of his coaching career. Outside of stops at Ole Miss in 2005-2006 and Duke from 2010-2012, the furthest east Lubick’s work has ever taken him is Colorado State in 1995 and again in 2001-2004.