Has Andy Hill Ever Been An Head Coach?

Andy Hill

Andy Hill is an American coach and former player who currently works as the assistant special team’s coach for the Kansas City Chiefs.

In his first NFL season, Hill assisted with a special teams unit that finished fourth in the NFL in kick return average (25.8).

He also mentored rookie P Tommy Townsend who was graded at the eighth-best punter in the NFL by Pro Football Focus, finishing the year with 20 punts inside the 20.

Before joining the NFL, Andy was known to have spent 24 seasons (1996-2019) at the University of Missouri, making him the second longest-tenured assistant coach in MU football history.

Hill was also said to have become the first-ever special team’s coordinator for the Mizzou’s.

Hill is a Mizzou grad who walked on the Tiger football team in 1980 and eventually earned a scholarship. He lettered in 1980, ’81, ’83 and ’84 and played on Missouri teams that earned trips to the Liberty, Tangerine and Holiday Bowls.

Andy is said to have a BA from the University of Missouri and is also the husband of Sarah with whom they have two beautiful children known as Patricia Ryan and Andrew.

Has Andy Hill Ever Been An Head Coach?

Yes, Andy Hill is said to have head coached a team before as he has now coached 23 seasons at the University of Missouri, making him the longest-tenured coach on the Tiger football staff.

Associate Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator
Associate Head Coach/Wide Receivers, Missouri
2013-2015 Assoc. HC/Quarterbacks, Missouri
2009-2012 Receivers, Missouri
2001-2008 Wide Receivers, Missouri
1999-2000 Co. Off. Coord./Wide Receivers, Missouri
1996-1999 Wide Receivers, Missouri
1994-1995 Head Coach, Hutchinson C.C.
1992-1993 Asst. Coach, Hutchinson C.C.
Spring 1992 Volunteer Graduate Asst., SMU

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