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Sources: Lubick To Be Named UW WR Coach

Multiple sources are reporting that Baylor Co-Offensive Coordinator Matt Lubick is expected to be named as the new wide receivers coach at the University of Washington.

Lubick will replace Bush Hamdan who left a little over a week ago to take the quarterback coach position with the Atlanta Falcons.

Lubick began his coaching career in 1995 as a student assistant coach and academic supervisor under his father, Sonny Lubick, at Colorado State. He then spent one season at Cal State-Northridge (1996) and two seasons with San Jose State (1997–1998) as the Spartans' wide receivers coach. 

Lubick was a defensive backs coach and recruiting coordinator at Oregon State for two years (1999-2000).

In 2001, Lubick returned to Colorado State as their wide receivers coach from 2001–2004 and then took the same job for two years at Mississippi. 

Dennis Erickson hired Lubick in 2007 at Arizona State, where Lubick spent three seasons before moving to Duke as passing game coordinator, receivers coach and recruiting coordinator.

On January 28, 2013, Oregon hired Lubick as their passing-game coordinator and wide receivers coach. He replaced Scott Frost, who was promoted to offensive coordinator. 

Ducks head coach Mark Helfrich announced that Lubick would be promoted to Offensive Coordinator to replace Frost, who was hired as head coach at Central Florida. 

After the Oregon staff was released following the 2016 football season, Lubick took a job at Baylor as the co-offensive coordinator/wide receivers coach.

Lubick is considered to be a very talented coach and recruiter. will continue to keep tabs on this developing story and will have more when the University of Washington Athletic Department makes their formal announcement. Top Stories