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Matt Lubick
Offensive Coordinator
Coach Info:
Position: Offensive Coordinator
Other Position: Wide Receivers
Alma Mater: Colorado State
Graduating Year: 1995
Experience: 3 Years

Matt Lubick possesses a perspective that resonates from 18 years of collegiate coaching experience in no fewer than four different conferences, which paid immediate dividends in Oregon’s 2013 success.

He was added to the Ducks’ coaching staff on Jan. 28, 2013 as the program’s passing game coordinator and wide receivers coach and continued the transformation of Oregon’s receiving corps’ mindset with an aggression that emphasizes attacking the football in addition to being crucial to the success of its running game.

Lubick came to Eugene following three seasons in a similar capacity while also serving as recruiting coordinator at Duke University, culminating his tenure there by being named the nation’s 2012 Wide Receivers Coach of the Year by

A former Pac-10 assistant at Arizona State and Oregon State who also has drawn from his ties in the ACC, SEC and Mountain West conferences, inherited a group of veteran receivers but played a major role in elevating their talents to a new level. He assumes a lot of the credit for the Ducks’ Josh Huff and Bralon Addison emerging as the school’s best receiving tandem in a decade, with Huff’s numbers (62 catches, 1,140 yards, 12 TDs) surpassing a 33-year-old school record for receiving yards and equaling the mark for most scoring catches in one year.
The numbers put up through the air were unprecedented in 2014. The Ducks posted school-records for passing yards (4,687), completions (326), and first downs passing (198) while bringing in a conference all-time best 44 touchdown catches.

Seven different receivers hauled in 20 passes or more for the second time in three seasons, however few were more amazing that Byron Marshall. After rushing for 1,038 yards in 2013, Lubick was key to Marshall’s transformation that led him lead the team in receiving with 74 catches for 1,003 yards.

Receivers combined for nine games of more than 100 yards through the air in 2013 – Oregon’s third-most on record – while the 3,789 yards represented the program’s best in 15 years as well as the third-most in school history. They also were key components in hauling in the fourth-most single-season catches (256) in Oregon annals as well as a 291.5-yard avg. in receiving yards, representing the highest output in eight seasons.

At Duke, Lubick earned national position coach accolades after guiding all-Atlantic Coast Conference wide outs Jamison Crowder and Conner Vernon to record-setting seasons. Crowder caught 76 passes for 1,074 yards and eight touchdowns while Vernon carded a school single-season record 85 catches for 1,074 yards and eight TDs. The pair established an ACC record for most combined receptions by a duo and became just the second tandem in conference history to post over 1,000 receiving yards each in the same year.

Also In 2012, Lubick coached three receivers - Crowder, Desmond Scott and Vernon - who formed the only trio nationally to have 65-plus pass receptions apiece. The group combined for 227 catches for 2,814 yards and 18 touchdowns while helping the Blue Devils to post-season play for the first time since 1994. In addition, Vernon - a three-time all-ACC pick - closed his career as the ACC’s all-time leader in both pass receptions (283) and receiving yards (3,749).
As a result, the 44-year-old Lubick was one of three finalists for the AFCA Assistant Coach of the Year award and one of 29 nominees for the Broyles Award, an honor presented annually to the top assistant coach in the nation.

In 2011, the Blue Devils ranked second in the ACC in passing offense while Vernon became the first player in league history to post multiple seasons with 70-plus receptions. In addition, wide-out Donovan Varner eclipsed the school’s all-time catch record, closing his career with 207 receptions - matching the fourth-highest total in ACC history.

Following Lubick’s arrival at Durham in February of 2010, Vernon enjoyed a terrific season with 73 receptions for 973 yards and four touchdowns. The all-ACC choice paced the conference in receptions per game (6.08) while his 73 catches fell one short of the school single-season. In addition, Vernon coupled with Varner (60 receptions, 736 yards) and Austin Kelly (47 receptions, 486 yards) to form the most prolific pass-catching trio in school history with a combined 180 grabs for 2,195 yards.

Prior to elevating the Blue Devils’ passing game and recruiting, Lubick spent three seasons (2007-09) on the staff at Arizona State. With the Sun Devils, Lubick served as assistant head coach and recruiting coordinator while coaching the safeties.

Lubick is credited with signing former Ole Miss standout Dexter McCluster while on staff in Oxford. McCluster was an all-SEC pick in 2009 after becoming the first player in league history to amass over 1,000 rushing yards and over 500 receiving yards in the same season.
In 1995, Lubick got his start in coaching as a student assistant coach and academic supervisor under his father, Sonny, at Colorado State University. He then coached one season (1996) at California State-Northridge and two campaigns (1997-98) at San Jose State. From 1999-00, Lubick was on the staff at Oregon State where he coached the defensive backs while helping coordinate the Beavers’ recruiting efforts.

A 1995 graduate of Colorado State, Lubick returned to his alma mater for a four-year stint on the coaching staff from 2001-04. Coaching the Rams’ wide receivers, he helped Colorado State to the 2002 Mountain West Conference championship as well as three straight bowl games in 2001 (New Orleans), 2002 (Liberty) and 2003 (San Francisco). Lubick then served two years (2005-06) on the staff at Ole Miss, coaching the wide receivers.

A native of Bozeman, Mont., Lubick attended Western Montana College where he earned four varsity letters as a defensive back on the football team and earned all-conference and NAIA All-America honors as a senior. He earned a bachelor’s degree in exercise and sport science from Colorado State in 1995.