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Coaches

Marc Lubick
Assistant Wide Receivers Coach
College:
Montana State
Hometown:
Fort Collins, Colo.
Experience:
6

Marc Lubick is in his fourth season with the Houston Texans and second as assistant wide receivers coach. Lubick joined the Texans as an offensive assistant on Feb. 11, 2010 and was promoted to his current position on Feb. 14, 2012.

Houston’s wide receivers group featured a mix of young and old in Lubick’s first season working with the unit. Tenth-year veterans Andre Johnson and Kevin Walter were joined by rookies Keshawn Martin and DeVier Posey, and Lestar Jean, all of whom had zero regular season experience amongst them when the season started.

Marc Lubick is in his fourth season with the Houston Texans and second as assistant wide receivers coach. Lubick joined the Texans as an offensive assistant on Feb. 11, 2010 and was promoted to his current position on Feb. 14, 2012.

Houston’s wide receivers group featured a mix of young and old in Lubick’s first season working with the unit. Tenth-year veterans Andre Johnson and Kevin Walter were joined by rookies Keshawn Martin and DeVier Posey, and Lestar Jean, all of whom had zero regular season experience amongst them when the season started.

Johnson recorded the best season of his career, earning his sixth Pro Bowl trip and Associated Press second-team All-Pro honors after catching 112 passes and leading the AFC with 1,598 yards receiving to go along with four touchdowns. It marked the second time in NFL history a player recorded more than 100 receptions and 1,500 yards in his 10th season or later. Walter added 518 yards and two touchdowns on 41 receptions. The Texans’ young receivers improved as the season went on and combined for 22 receptions for 323 yards and two scores.

The Texans offense set a franchise record for total offense in 2010, as well as franchise rushing records in 2010 and 2011 in Lubick’s first two years on staff. The 2011 Texans set franchise records with 2,448 rushing yards (153.0 per game) and 546 rushing attempts to rank second in the NFL; and excelled in the postseason, averaging 159.5 rushing yards per game in helping the Texans reach the Divisional round of the playoffs. In 2010, Houston set franchise records with 390 points scored, 6,186 total yards of offense (386.6 per game) and 2,042 yards rushing (127.6 yards per game).

Lubick, 35, has 12 seasons of coaching experience, including eight seasons at Colorado State, where he served as the tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator from 2008-09 prior to joining the Texans. He was named to Rams head coach Steve Fairchild’s staff on Dec. 12, 2007 after coaching CSU’s wide receivers from 2005-07. During that time, he coached former Texans wide receiver David Anderson, a seventh-round draft pick in 2006, along with 2007 NFL free agent signee Dustin Osborn.

A former college safety, Lubick launched his coaching career in 2000 as a defensive student assistant at CSU. During the 2002 season, Lubick was an academic graduate assistant coach at CSU, working with the team’s wide receivers.

Lubick then worked in the NFL with Fairchild on Mike Martz’s St. Louis Rams staff as a scouting assistant for two seasons (2003-04) before returning to CSU in the spring of 2005.

A defensive back at Montana State from 1996-99, Lubick earned academic all-conference honors three times.

Lubick’s father, Sonny, is considered the most successful head football coach in CSU history, and in addition to working at Miami (Fla.), also served as an assistant at Stanford, Colorado State and Montana State. He was also the head coach at Montana State from 1978-81. Marc’s brother, Matt, is the wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator/pass game coordinator at Oregon.

In 2006, Marc began a difficult but successful year-long battle with a rare form of cancer, fighting through months of chemotherapy and inspiring his family, players and fellow coaches.

A 2001 graduate of Colorado State, he has a bachelor’s degree in health and exercise science.

LUBICK’S COACHING LEDGER
2012-13: Assistant wide receivers, Houston Texans
2010-11:  Offensive assistant, Houston Texans
2008-09: Tight ends/recruiting coordinator, Colorado State
2005-07: Wide receivers, Colorado State
2003-04: Scouting assistant, St. Louis Rams
2002: Academic graduate assistant, Colorado State
2000-01: Defensive student assistant, Colorado State

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