Dee Andros


Dee Andros, who coached Idaho’s football team from 1962-64, made significant contributions to college athletics during his life as a player, coach and athletic director.

After Idaho, Andros coached at Oregon State for 10 years, where he was known for his 1967 “Giant Killers” season.

After coaching, Andros served as OSU’s athletic director for 10 years and was honored with a spot in the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Hall of Fame. Additionally, Andros served with the Marines in World War II, helping storm Iwo Jima and was present at the famed moment when six Marines raised the American flag on Mount Suribachi.

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