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Andrew Richardson

Assistant Coach

Robert Morris University

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Robert Morris University

6001 University Boulevard

Coraopolis, Pennsylvania,15108

United States

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Robert Morris University for official University web pages - please consult these pages for all official RMU information. This page contains information and links for students of Valerie J. H. Powell, R.T.(R), Ph.D., Professor, Computer & Information Systems...more

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Robert Morris Athletics - Staff Directory [cached]

Andrew Richardson
Andrew Richardson Assistant Coach Phone: (412) 397-4939 Email: Andrew Richardson is entering his 10th season as an assistant coach at Robert Morris University and coaches the offensive line. In addition to tutoring the line, Richardson was named as the program's recruiting coordinator, elevated into the role after serving as the assistant recruiting coordinator for multiple years, before the 2014 season. Richardson spent the 2007 and 2008 seasons as a graduate assistant coach for RMU before being elevated to a full-time assistant in January of 2009. Richardson helped his unit to admirable performances against some tough foes in 2015. Richardson helped Faraci reach new heights in 2014 as he became the first offensive player in school history to be named an Academic All-American. In Richardson's nine seasons on staff, RMU offensive linemen have claimed seven All-NEC honors, including left tackle A.J. Dalton earning a First Team award after the 2013 season. Richardson helped Dalton improve at his craft and transition from guard into tackle in becoming a professional prospect who signed a free agent contract with the Detroit Lions in May 2014. Under Richardson, Faraci was named Academic All-District First Team on three occasions. Led by All-NEC performers Corey Konycki and Carlos Andrade, the offensive line that Richardson tutored in 2010 allowed just 14 sacks, the third lowest total in school history. In 2009, Richardson molded an offensive line that allowed Russ to post his second straight 1,000-yard rushing campaign, compiling 1,059 yards on the ground on 212 attempts, an average of 5.0 yards per carry. Richardson coached two juniors and three sophomores on the offensive line in 2009, a group that was an integral part of RMU's five-game winning streak to close out the year. During the final five games of the 2009 season, the offensive line paved the way for the Colonial running game to average 159.0 yards rushing per contest. In 2008, Richardson coached an offensive line that blocked for the program's first 1,000-yard rusher in five years, as Russ finished with 1,255 yards on 215 carries, an average of 5.8 yards per rush. A 2005 graduate of Penn State University, Richardson was a four-year letterwinner for the Nittany Lions at offensive tackle. During the 2005 campaign, Richardson started the final seven games at right tackle for a Penn State program that finished 11-1 and garnered a 26-23 overtime victory over Florida State in the 2006 FedEx Orange Bowl. A 2001 graduate of North Hills High School, Richardson played tight end and appeared in the 2001 "Big 33" contest while earning All-American and all-state honors. He was also named the 2000 Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Player of the Year as well as being named to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fabulous 22 squad. A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., Richardson earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in recreational management from Penn State in 2005 and a Master of Science degree in instructional leadership from Robert Morris in 2009.

Robert Morris Athletics - Staff Directory [cached]

Andrew Richardson
Assistant Coach (412) 397-4939

MSFA - Athletic Reform [cached]

Andrew Richardson
Assistant Coach

4. Andrew Richardson - Drunk in Public Summary Charge - Guilty - PROOF OF ARREST
30. Andrew Richardson - Criminal Mischief - Summary Charge - Guilty - PROOF OF ARREST If you're referring to former Penn State lineman and current RMU offensive line coach Andrew Richardson, who is the only person listed in the above posts with ties to RMU to even makes this remotely relevant, I'd suggest getting better information than something from Bleacher Report and a web post making the rounds on college football message boards. Richardson's brief brushes with the law in college - namely one dismissed summary charge of public drunkenness and one dismissed summary charge for shooting hunting arrows through the wall of a dorm room while in college - are well documented. You know what a summary charge is? It's what you get when you get a speeding ticket. So if dismissed summary offenses are an indication of the character of a person, well then I'm screwed courtesy of a few speeding tickets. Richardson's had no incidents since arriving at RMU as a graduate assistant in the fall of 2007, and the university and staff thought enough of him to keep him on as a full-time assistant after his two year graduate stint ended. His offensive line has done pretty well under his tutelage too.

Miles said offensive line coach Andrew Richardson believes Jon Hill is farther along at right tackle than graduated four-year starter Corey Konycki was as a sophomore.

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