May 20, 1942 |
|1961–64||University of Alabama|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|Florida State (Assoc. H.C.)
Florida State (DC)
Arizona Wranglers (DC)
West Alabama (Asst.)
E. Kentucky (Off. backs)
|Head coaching record|
Mickey Andrews (born May 20, 1942) is an American college football coach. He was the associate head coach and defensive coordinator at Florida State University beginning his career in 1984. Andrews retired, along with Bobby Bowden, at the end of the 2009 season and coached his final game in Florida State's victory over West Virginia on January 1, 2010, in the Gator Bowl. He stayed on the university payroll until February 10, 2010, the anniversary date of his hiring by coach Bobby Bowden.
At Alabama, Andrews earned second team All-America honors as a wide receiver and defensive back. Andrews was also on two Alabama national championship teams (1961 and 1964) and played in three New Year's Day bowl games.
In college baseball, Andrews was an All-SEC choice. In 1964, he received the Hugo Friedman Award as Alabama's best all-around athlete.
Under Andrews, Florida State has become the top producer of All-America and NFL caliber cornerbacks in the nation. Andrews has coached two Jim Thorpe Award winners and had an All-American cornerback for 8 straight years from 1987-1994. He had one consensus All-America selection in 2000. Seven of Andrews' defensive teams have been among the top five nationally against the run since 1994. His 1998 defensive unit ranked No. 1 nationally in total defense and pass defense. On November 3, 2009, Andrews announced that he will retire as Defensive Coordinator after 26 seasons at Florida State.
Andrews is married to Diane, the couple has two children: Ronnie and Shannon and five grandchildren. His wife died in 2012 of complications from lung cancer
- 1971 NAIA National Championship at University of West Alabama
- 1994 University of West Alabama Hall of Fame
- 1996 Athlon Magazine's Assistant Coach of the Year
- 1996 Frank Broyles Award as the nation's top assistant coach
- 1998 American Football Coach's Magazine's Defensive Coordinator of the Year
Head coaching record 
|Livingston Tigers (Mid-South Athletic Conference) (1970–1971)|
|1971||Livingston||11–1||W NAIA Championship|
|Livingston Tigers (Gulf South Conference) (1972)|
|North Alabama Lions (Gulf South Conference) (1973–1976)|
|National championship Conference title Conference division title|
|#Rankings from final Coaches' Poll.
°Rankings from final AP Poll.