Junior Adams, who served as the offensive coordinator at Western Kentucky for the past two seasons, will join Washington's staff as wide receivers coach.
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Sources: Junior Adams, most recently offensive coordinator at Western Kentucky, is expected to join Washington as wide receivers coach. Football Scoop first reported the expected hire. Adams replaces Matt Lubick, who left for a job outside of coaching. Adams worked for Washington coach Chris Petersen at Boise State.
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