Seminols' Defensive Coordinator to Retire

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - Longtime Florida State defensive coordinator Mickey Andrews is retiring after four decades of coaching and 26 years as one of Bobby Bowden's assistants.

The architect of defenses that helped the Seminoles win two national titles in the 1990s, Andrews announced his plans to retire Tuesday.

A football star at Alabama under the coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, Andrews developed 18 first round NFL draft picks during 26 seasons at Florida State beginning with cornerback Deion Sanders in 1988.