Fresno State Bulldogs

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    • Vandy assistant Osia Lewis battling liver cancer
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      Vandy assistant Osia Lewis battling liver cancer

      A serious medical event has caused a shakeup on Derek Mason‘s Vanderbilt coaching staff. The football program revealed in an article posted to its official website Tuesday night that outside linebackers coach Osia Lewis is battling cholangiocarcinoma, a form of liver cancer.  The 54-year-old coach was diagnosed in mid-January after undergoing a battery of tests the last couple of months. Lewis, who is married with two children, has already started chemotherapy, although the school writes that, “[f]or now, the tumor is inoperable due to its location, but doctors are hopeful treatment will make an impact.” As Lewis continues to battle, he will move from his on-field role to what the program describes

    • Matt Lubick on fourth job in three months, this one at Washington
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      Matt Lubick on fourth job in three months, this one at Washington

      Well-traveled doesn’t remotely begin to describe this particular FBS assistant coach. With Willie Taggart taking over in Eugene, Oregon offensive coordinator Matt Lubick left the Ducks in December to take over as the wide receivers coach at Ole Miss.  Exactly 12 days later, Lubick left Oxford to become the offensive coordinator at Baylor. Less than two months later, Lubick is on the move again, with Washington announcing the assistant has been added to the Huskies’ coaching staff.  Lubick will coach wide receivers and will also carry the title of co-offensive coordinator. “I am excited to add Matt to our coaching staff,” UW head coach Chris Petersen said in a statement. “He has earned a national

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      Former East Carolina WR Jason Nichols returns to alma mater as RBs coach

      Once upon a time, Jason Nichols was a school-record holding receiver at East Carolina. On Tuesday, he officially returned to campus — as running backs coach. “Not only does Jason bring a wealth of coaching experience to East Carolina, he knows first-hand of the special bond that exists between Pirate Nation and our program,” head coach Scottie Montgomery said in a statement. “To have the opportunity to impact young men on the same campus and playing field where he earned his degree and competed is immeasurable. From a recruiting standpoint, I’m not sure if there’s anyone else who could tell a more compelling story of what it means to be a Pirate.” After leaving East Carolina in 1998, Nichols