Former Colorado State University football coach Sonny Lubick is taking a new job at the university.
The school said Wednesday that beginning April 1, Lubick will be director of community leadership outreach for CSU's College of Business. Lubick, who spent 15 seasons as coach of the Rams, said the new job allows him to give back to the student body.
His duties will include representing the business program with school and community groups, offering leadership guidance and mentoring, and promoting higher education.
His salary, which CSU did not disclose, is being funded privately by the Fort Collins-based Bohemian Foundation.
Lubick was let go after the Rams went 3-9 in 2007, his fourth consecutive non-winning season.
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