Much is not known about the High school Andy Hill attended but Andy Hill attended the  University of Missouri in 1980 and obtained his Bachelor of the Arts degree in 1985.

Hill is a 1980 Missouri graduate who went on to the Tiger football team and got a scholarship. In 1980, 1981, 1983, and 1984, he lettered and was a member of Missouri teams that won the Liberty, Tangerine, and Holiday Bowls, respectively.

Hill had a total of 51 receptions for 946 yards and seven touchdowns during his career. He has 25 receptions for 445 yards and three touchdowns as a senior.

In 1985 and 1986, he spent time in the Kansas City Chiefs and Calgary Stampeders training camps following his playing days at Missouri.

Hill was the head football coach at Hutchinson Community College in Kansas before coming to Missouri (1994-95).

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.

Coach of the Year honors was bestowed upon him by the conference. After serving as a graduate assistant at SMU in the spring of 1992, Hill became the offensive coordinator at Hutchinson in 1992 and 1993.

Hill has been a part of more than half of Mizzou’s 33-game bowl game history as a player or coach, with the Tigers’ appearance in the 2018 Liberty Bowl being his 17th.

In 2018, his first season as special teams coordinator, his unit had three blocked kicks, which was good for 19th in the country and third in the Southeastern Conference.


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