Andy Hill enters his second season with the Chiefs in 2021. Prior to the NFL, he previously spent 24 seasons (1996-2019) at the University of Missouri, making him the second longest-tenured assistant coach in MU football history.
The 2013 season denoted a thrilling change in obligations for Hill, as the Mizzou graduate took over quarterback liabilities, subsequent to working with Tiger beneficiaries since he joined the staff in 1996.
He was additionally granted in December of 2012 with advancement to Associate Head Coach.
Hill’s work with the Tiger signal guests was exceptional in 2013, as he helped guide senior James Franklin and redshirt first-year recruit Maty Mauk to heavenly play which keyed MU’s hurried to the SEC Eastern Division title and Cotton Bowl Classic title.
The success denoted Mizzou’s second-consecutive bowl triumph, in the wake of guaranteeing the 2011 Independence Bowl.
Andy Hill Net Worth
Andy Hill has an estimated net worth of $3 million as the assistant special teams’ coach for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL).
Coach Andy Hill Records
Under Hill, Hutchinson went 18-6, with a 10-2 record in 1995, when it won its first conference title since 1969 and finished tenth in the final NJCAA national poll.