The Nebraska football team is in the news with several notes of interest. According to reports, Huskers offensive coordinator Matt Lubick is staying in Lincoln.
Multiple reports say Lubick interviewed for the vacant head coaching job at Montana State on Saturday, but decided to remain on Scott Frost’s staff.
In other news, Michael Booker will follow in his father’s footsteps and play defensive back at Nebraska. The Grand Prairie, Texas DB announced via social media last night he will join the Huskers’ 2021 walk-on class.
His dad, also Michael, was a standout Blackshirt on NU’s national title teams in the ‘90s and played five seasons in the NFL.
Meantime, according to reports, Marcus Castro-Walker is set to be hired as Nebraska’s director of player development. The position was previously held by Ron Brown, who will continue on Frost’s staff in another position TBA.
And former Husker Carlos Polk is joining Urban Meyer’s first NFL staff. ESPN reports the former NU middle linebacker will be the assistant special teams coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
He has held the same position with the Cowboys, Buccaneers and Chargers.