Andy Felton enters his first season as the offensive line coach for the Buccaneers. Felton comes to Blinn after serving as the offensive line coach at Fullerton College for two seasons.
While at Fullerton, Felton helped lead the Hornets to a 25-1 record and back-to-back national championships. With Felton’s offensive line leading the way, the Hornet offense finished in the top five in the nation in numerous offensive categories, including first in scoring offense (54.2), total offense per game (556.6), and yards per carry (6.4). In the past two seasons, the Hornets’ offense set 21 school records.
Prior to Fullerton, Felton spent two seasons as the offensive line coach for Riverside City College (RCC). While at RCC, the Tigers posted an 18-5 record, won back-to-back conference championships, and earned two state playoff berths. Riverside City’s offense ranked in the top 20 in the state in 19 categories, including rushing offense, total offense, and scoring offense. The offensive line helped generate 204.2 rushing yards per game and 5.1 yards per rush.
Felton spent 2009-2013 at North Dakota State College of Science (NDSCS) as the assistant head coach and offensive coordinator. While there, the offense set or tied 10 school records. Additionally, he ran the return teams, which set or tied six school records. NDSCS received a berth to the Graphic Edge Bowl in 2009.
Prior to NDSCS, Felton had stops at Whittier College (2005-09) and Citrus College (2001-04). At Whittier, he served as assistant head coach and offensive coordinator, and mentored a first-team all-conference quarterback who led the conference in total offense and broke numerous school records. While at Citrus College, Felton was the defensive coordinator and helped lead the Owls to a conference championship and South County Bowl berth.
Before joining the college ranks as a coach, Felton coached at Covina High School (1999-2001), Damien High School (1998), Ayala High School (1995-97), and at his alma mater, Glen A. Wilson High School (1992-94).
Felton earned his bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from California State University at Fullerton and master’s degree in physical education from Azusa Pacific University.
Felton has three children: Bethanne, 20; Cadi, 18; and Andrew, 11.