Sonny Lubick’s career as the head coach of the Colorado State Rams is officially over. The University held a press conference on Tuesday to announce that Lubick will step down.
For the first time we heard that Lubick was in fact asked to step down from his position as head coach. Lubick was informed of the decision on November 17th after a win over Georgia Southern. Lubick spoke for almost an hour, joking with his former players and revealing that he was offered several jobs in the past, but decided to stay.
Lubick has been offered a position as an Associate Athletic Director, but he declined to comment on whether or not he would accept that role.
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