Andy Miller enters his fourth season with the Concordia University Wisconsin football program and his first working with the running backs in 2013. During his two-year stint on the defensive side of the back working with the defensive backs, he helped CUW become the nation’s No. 1 pass defense, allowing just 122.6 yards per game in 2012 and produce three All-Northern Athletics Conference honorees.
In his inaugural season with the Falcons, Miller worked with the linebackers, which led the league in tackles for loss.
Prior to donning the Falcon visor, Miller spent five years at the University of Minnesota where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in political science. He served three years under the Golden Gopher defensive staff as an undergraduate assistant and two years as an equipment manager.
A graduate of Lake of the Woods High School in Baudette, Minn., he is the oldest of six children. He is finishing his Master's Degree in student personnel and administration at CUW. Andy and his wife Lauren reside in Franklin, Wis., with their daughter Elizabeth.