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Friday Flakes: A Recruiting Upgrade with the Hiring of Matt Lubick?

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There are contrasting answers. Maybe it is somewhere in the middle.

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Credit to Meg for this tweet. I didn’t do a fact check but if it’s true then it appears that we should see an upgrade on the recruiting front with the hiring of Matt Lubick.

Some fan bases have been critical of Lubick’s recruiting and others have given glowing reviews. Which is it? We will find out.

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