As previously reported, Ole Miss is bringing on a pair of new assistants to its coaching staff — Matt Lubick (wide receivers) and Bradley Dale Peveto (linebackers/special teams). The hirings were made official by the school on Friday morning.
Lubick comes over from Oregon, where he served as offensive coordinator, while Peveto joins the Rebels’ staff after coaching at LSU this past season.
Lubick has spent the past four seasons with the Ducks, which included making it to the inaugural College Football Playoff championship game in 2014. He previously served as wide receivers coach at Ole Miss from 2005-06.
“Coach Lubick worked with a prolific Oregon offense that ranked among the national leaders in every statistical category, including scoring, rushing and passing, and that experience will be invaluable as we elevate our offense,” Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze said in a release. “Having served alongside Matt in the past, I know the kind of coach, recruiter and man that he is. He will be a perfect fit for our staff.”
Peveto has coached at three other SEC schools (LSU, Kentucky, Arkansas), which includes spending the past three seasons with the Tigers.
“Coach Peveto’s experience is exactly what we need at the linebacker position and special teams,” Freeze said. “At LSU, he coached some of the nation’s best in those areas and won a national championship. He has also proven to be one of the best recruiters in the country, and we could not be more excited to welcome him to Ole Miss.”
— Ole Miss Football (@OleMissFB) December 23, 2016