Position: Senior Offensive Assistant
Andrew Zow is in his second season at Clemson and his first as the Tigers’ senior offensive assistant.
Zow joined Clemson as an offensive analyst in 2021 with 13 years of coaching experience at the high school level, including stints at Union County (Fla.) High School from 2007-09, Oak Mountain (Ala.) High School in 2011, Montevallo (Ala.) High School from 2012-15, Calera (Ala.) High School from 2016-18, Bessemer City (Ala.) High School in 2019 and Sylacauga (Ala.) High School in 2020, serving as head coach at Union County and in each of his last three stops.
After redshirting in 1997, Zow played collegiately at Alabama from 1998-2001, finishing his career as the program’s career leader in pass attempts, completions, pass yards and total offense. He compiled 5,983 career passing yards and 35 touchdowns with the Crimson Tide and helped No. 7 Alabama, a squad for which Dabo Swinney served as wide receivers coach, to a 34-7 win over No. 5 Florida in the 1999 SEC Championship.
Zow graduated from Alabama in 2001 with a degree in sports fitness management and was an Academic All-SEC honoree. The native of Lake Butler, Fla. is married to his wife, Amebriss, and has three children: Andrew Jr., Ashton and Avry.
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