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Former Coug QB Now Coaching HS Football in Western Washington

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© Once a Cougar, Marshall Lobbestael is now an assistant coach at Sedro-Wooley High School (Photo: FILE / SWX) © Once a Cougar, Marshall Lobbestael is now an assistant coach at Sedro-Wooley High School (Photo: FILE / SWX)

File this one under the "good for him" category. Former Washington State quarterback Marshall Lobbestael is now an assistant coach at Sedro-Wooley High School in western Washington.

Lobbestael, or "The Lobster" as he is affectionately known by Coug fans, is reunited with his high school coach who helped him earn a state title with Oak Harbor.

"High school football is all about playing and having fun. It was something I loved doing and something I wanted to be involved with on the coaching end," Lobbestael told the Seattle Times.

Lobbestael currently works with quarterbacks and receivers.

Congratulations to him, and congratulations to Sedro-Wooley, who just got themselves a heckuva guy and a true Coug.

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