Fort Collins’ Marc Lubick Will Be Key on Buffalo Bills Challenges
The Buffalo Bills are on edge of making the Super Bowl and one coach from Fort Collins could play a pivotal role in challenges and time outs.
Marc Lubick, who already owns a Super Bowl 50 ring for his work with the Denver Broncos, is the Game Management /Assistant Wide Receivers coach for the Buffalo Bills.
Marc is the son of legendary CSU football coach Sonny Lubick. Marc also previously coached for the Rams and was a quarterback for the Fort Collins High School Lambkins.
On gamedays, Marc advises Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott on challenges and time outs. In what could be a close AFC Championship game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Marc could be involved in key plays or actions deciding the game.
Marc was assistant wide receivers coach for the Broncos when they won Super Bowl 50 over the Carolina Panthers. He also worked with wide receivers under coach Gary Kubiak's staff with the Houston Texans.
Marc was part of McDermott's original Bills staff in 2017 and has seen the revitalization of the franchise. Marc was promoted this past offseason to include the game management title.