EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) — Andress head football coach, Jeff Woodruff, is calling it a career. Woodruff telling KTSM 9 Sports he is retiring.
The news was first reported by Matt Stepp of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football.
Woodruff, 64, coached Andress the past six seasons and won 44 games in his tenure. He also coached in the college ranks at UTEP under Mike Price and spent 13 years at the University of Washington as an assistant.
It remains to be seen who will replace Woodruff at Andress, which is widely considered one of the top head coaching jobs in the city.