Matt Lubick was the offensive coordinator at Oregon and left when Mark Helfrich was fired, taking an offer from Hugh Freeze and Ole Miss on December 23 to become their offensive coordinator. Not even two weeks later, he left for Baylor.

Now, according to Football Scoop, Lubick is leaving Baylor to join Chris Petersen’s staff at Washington.

Lubick previously coached Oregon’s wide receivers from 2013-2015 before being promoted to offensive coordinator. He had spent time in Oxford as a receivers coach in 2005 and 2006 as well.

Quarterbacks coach Glenn Thomas is reportedly getting bumped up to co-offensive coordinator.

Power-5 offensive coordinator has taken his third job in 3 months Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
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