- United States
- LS, C
- Middletown, OH
- High School
- Past Teams
- Ohio State
- 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
Major: Criminology (2003-04)
Weight: 245 (2002-04), 235 (2001)
2003 Season: Kyle Andrews had another stellar season and played an integral part in Buckeye punter B.J. Sander winning the 2003 Ray Guy Award … started all 13 games … OSU coaches named him the special units player of the week following the Northwestern game.
2003 Media Guide: Kyle Andrews returns for his second year as the starting long snapper … does all the centering on punts and placements … is extremely accurate and gets good velocity on the ball … went through the entire 2002 campaign with NO errant snaps … played a key role in the success of last year’s kicking game (one of the best in the country) and is being counted on to do the same again this year … a former walk-on who was rewarded with a scholarship at the end of last season.
2002 Season: Took over the long snapping duties and did an exceptional job … started all 14 games as the Buckeyes’ long snapper … certainly instrumental in the success of All-Americans Andy Groom (fourth nationally in punting) and Mike Nugent (seven school field goal records).
2001 Season: First collegiate action came against South Carolina in the Outback Bowl.
High School: Played defensive tackle as a sophomore and junior and moved to defensive end his senior year … earned second-team all-league and honorable mention All-Southwestern Ohio honors as a senior.
Personal: His parents are John and Judy Andrews.