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Andre Woodson interviews for Morehead QB coach opening

According to Steve Moss of WKYT, Andre Woodson has interviewed for the Morehead State QB Coach opening. Woodson also has the option to stay on with Mark Stoops’ staff in his current position as a graduate assistant working with the quarterbacks. No one could fault Woodson for moving on, but it would be a shame to lose such a bright young ambassador for the program.

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6 Comments for Andre Woodson interviews for Morehead QB coach opening



  1. Ryne
    1:36 pm December 31, 2012 Permalink

    FYI Penn St is beating us in the video game cover please keep voting…
    http://www.facebook.com/90440037279/posts/10151283636927280



  2. MJ2GAY
    1:37 pm December 31, 2012 Permalink

    Hey, why does matt steal info from others and claim it as his own? The story about cousins wanting out of sacramento was reported days ago, but he acts like he broke the story. It’s ok to not be the first on something. But criticize him for it, and you will be banned. Nice job.



  3. Bald Guy
    1:59 pm December 31, 2012 Permalink

    I hope Andre has great success! Terrific gentleman and roll model for these kids to look up to.



  4. fatkidineastky
    2:22 pm December 31, 2012 Permalink

    It isn’t a matter of Stoops not wanting him back IMO….But he is not a SEC QB coach yet….and he can begin earning his stripes as a PAID assistant and QB coach instead of GA….his career as a coach got a leg up thru GA sppot @ UK



  5. SoCal Wll
    3:51 pm December 31, 2012 Permalink

    Did J-Load graduate? He would make a nice GA replacement.



  6. pat oslon
    6:29 pm January 2, 2013 Permalink

    Dre’ Woodson would be a nice fit for MSU. He could get started on a long coaching career while MSU would get an oustanding young man and role model for their players. Good luck to him.