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Andrew  Mooney

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Graduate Assistant - Offense

Third Year

Ohio '09

Andrew Mooney is in his third year as a graduate assistant for the Ohio University football program. In his role, Mooney works primarily with the Bobcats' offensive line unit.

In 2012, the Bobcats' offensive line paved the way to help Ohio average over 400 yards of total offense for the second-consecutive season. In addition, the Bobcats offensive line opened lanes for running back Beau Blankenship to rush for a single-season school record of 1,604 yards and 15 touchdowns.

The Bobcat rushing attack surpassed 200 yards on six different occassions in 2012, including a season-best 304 yards against Eastern Michgian. Following the year, Eric Herman was named All-MAC Second Team for the second-consecutive season.

In 2011, Ohio's offensive attack ranked among the league leaders and set 47 school records en route to its first-ever bowl win in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.

Mooney joined the Ohio coaching staff prior to the 2011 season after a successful playing career at Ohio and New Mexico State. During his two years in Athens, he earned All-MAC honors in both his junior and senior seasons.

As a freshman at New Mexico State, Mooney was named Sporting News Second Team All-America and a All-Sun Belt Second Team selection after he caught 27 passes for 372 yards and two touchdowns.

As a junior, Mooney burst on the scene at Ohio hauling in nine touchdown receptions, which stood as a single season program record until 2011. In his final season as a Bobcat, Mooney finished his career with 27 receptions for 287 yards.