Sonny Lubick

Sonny Lubick

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Louis "Sonny" Lubick (born March 12, 1937) is a former head football coach at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado. In his fourth decade as collegiate football coach, the 2007 season marked Lubick's 15th and final year at the helm of a Colorado State program that he built from virtually the ground up. The 15th head coach in school history, Lubick won over 100 games at CSU, won or shared six Western Athletic Conference or Mountain West Conference titles, guided the program to nine bowl games in his previous 13 years, and was named National Coach of the Year by Sports Illustrated in 1994.

Lubick's success has made him the most recognizable figure in the CSU and Fort Collins community, so much so that when Pat Stryker, head of the Bohemian Foundation, decided to donate $15.2 million toward extensive renovations of Hughes Stadium, she did so with the stipulation that the field be named after Lubick. The stadium is as a result now known as Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium. As a result of the donation, CSU added 4,400 new seats and jumbo-tron scoreboard in 2004, new press box and suites in 2005, and new synthetic field turf in 2006.

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A native of Butte, Montana, and a graduate from Western Montana in 1960, Lubick's coaching career began in Bozeman as an assistant coach at Montana State in 1970. After eight seasons with the Bobcats, Lubick was named head coach at Montana State prior to the 1978 season. Lubick's first season was wildly...
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