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Friday Flakes: Is Matt Lubick On His Way Out?

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Reports have surfaced that current Nebraska offensive coordinator Matt Lubick might be in position to take a head coaching job at Montana State.

If he gets the job it would be another member of the Nebraska offense to “transfer.” Lubick would be the most recent member of the exodus from Scott Frost’s offense.

Now is the time to panic.

...

Or not.

The rumors of a toxic culture (apparently only on one side of the ball) at Nebraska could have involved Matt Lubick in some way. Maybe there was friction among the coaching staff which could trickle down to the players. Then all the sudden the players realize that if they transfer now they can still get their stipend and there ya go.

We have figured it out.

As J.D. (Jack Black) from Saving Silverman said, “Lug nut. Fixed it.”

I could obviously be wrong and it’s a complete coincidence. Who knows.

Bo knows.

I mean, Scott Frost knows.

So does Luke McCaffrey. He probably knows as well. Maybe even Will Farniok. Kurt Warner likely knows too because Kade Warner told him.



What should Nebraska add to stay ahead of the game?


SPORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS!

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